CENTERING THE VOICES OF THE SILENCED
Through Critical Inquiry
Whether its the murder of unarmed Black men and women by the police, and the Black Lives Matters (BLM) protests that erupt in hundreds of cities across the US and the globe or the sex abuse scandals swirling around men like Bill Cosby, Jeffrey Epstein and Harvey Weinstein, which viral under #MeTOO we bring a critical lens to understanding the most complex social issues facing the United States today. We fight for voices and lives so that they can be seen. So that they matter.
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We Are Always Asking The Tough Questions
- Posted by smithearl8
- On September 7, 2020
An important voice in the debate about exploitation comes from Professor Harry Edwards. He put it thus: For decades, student athletes, usually...
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The most pressing social problems facing the world today demand complex, interdisciplinary approaches. Earl Smith and Angela Hattery have been researching and teaching about social inequalities for more than 30 years and our vast knowledge and experience provides a set of critical lense for interrogating, understanding and developing policy proposals to address our country’s most imperative and far-reaching social ills.
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As sociologists, our focus is less on individual people, though individual stories are our data, and we often tell the compelling stories of people we’ve interviewed, like Keisha who was shackled while she delivered her newborn or Darryl who spent 20 years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit
You can buy books on amazon or go to our books page and click the link next to the book you’re interested in. Its very simple and easy
Yes, Absolutely, we have over 30 years of experience in the field and would be a great source for any publication or paper you’re writing.
We believe that the only way to do this work and have a lasting impact is to identify the structures that produce gender and racial inequality, develop strategies for dismantling these structures and replacing them with equitable structures