This presentation centering the voices of women with Black-Indigenous American ancestry draws from case interviews and personal narratives exploring intersectionality, identity decolonization and cultural reclamation through creative expression and relationship.
Dr. Craddock is a visiting scholar at the Wellesley Centers for Women, and currently collaborates on research and practice projects to advance mental health and wellbeing, especially among women of color in community, professional, and scholarly settings.
This program is part of the Social Change Dialogues hosted by the Wellesley Centers for Women. It is free and open to the public. Coffee, tea, and cookies will be served.
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