Brittany Williams (hey boo!) and I came up with #CiteASista as a project for a course in the summer of 2016. Our professor tasked the class to create a project that challenged whiteness and white supremacy. We threw patriarchy right on under the bus for fun and crafted up a twitter chat about centering Black … Continue reading Why I (Literally) Cite A Sista
Check out the new products available in the Cite A Sista store! We have everything from logo-branded hoodies and tees to our very popular hashtag tee shirts available. Grab some as stocking stuffers and other holiday gifts!
#CiteASista co-founder Brit Williams joined #CiteASista supporter Craig Bidiman, to talk about her work with Cite A Sista, #SisterPhD, and journey to student affairs and higher education practice. Listen in to learn more about Brittany's professional work and her collaboration with Dr. Collier to bring Cite A Sista to you each month! Remember, we're always looking for more … Continue reading Listen to #CiteASista co-founder Brit on #eduPUNX’s podcast
I am a fat-bodied Black woman. I literally take up space. My Blackness, gender, and the intersection of the two take up space that is often denied to me in physical, intellectual, emotional, and spiritual spaces. The White supremacist, patriarchal society that I and other Black women exist within expects us to take up as … Continue reading Taking Up Space: A Black Graduate Women’s Photo Shoot as Black Feminist Praxis
Our dearest #CiteASista community- We (Brittany and Joan) have had a busy March with the launch of citeasista.com and a presentation at an annual higher education conference (photos on the tag!). During the conference, we met people who previously participated in our monthly chats and many of whom shared with us about how being a … Continue reading Tell US Your #CiteASista Story!
There are SO many Cite A Sista things floating out there, so we created this comprehensive post to keep you updated on all things Cite A Sista.