Reach out to the Black women whose voices have always been punished
By Dr. Kimya Nuru Dennis
When you find your voice and realize your silence helped white power, reach out to the Black women whose voices have always been punished.
Reach out to the Black women who you accused of being “unprofessional” and “divisive.”
Reach out to the Black women who spoke out when you were in school, at work, and in social-political collectives — while you used excuses to silently watch as white people and tokens abused these Black women.
Reach out to the Black women whose voices have always been punished.
Beyond social media posts.
Beyond social media hashtags.
Dr. Kimya Nuru Dennis is an activist, sociologist and criminologist, educator, and researcher specializing in demographic-and-cultural variance, inclusion, and equity in every aspect of community resources, K-12 schools and colleges-universities, medical and health organizations and facilities, and reducing the dominance of police-court-penal system.
As founder of 365 Diversity, Dr. Dennis provides results-based programs, evaluations, and assessments for local, national, and international schools, businesses, and organizations that are ready to go beyond introductory trainings and make measurable and lasting changes.
Services provided are listed on the 365 Diversity website.