Tereneh Idia

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Year: 20197 201825

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A Case For Not Staying In Your Lane A Case For Not Staying In Your Lane In pursuit of justice, people should follow the lead of late actress/inventor Hedy Lamarr July 11, 2018
Tereneh Idia: Who gets to be the (s)hero? Tereneh Idia: Who gets to be the (s)hero? As a black child, I experienced stories without often seeing myself in them. August 15, 2018
A snapshot of four generations of a Black American family A snapshot of four generations of a Black American family Dissecting 'The True Life Story of Helen Fagan Mosley Poole' February 06, 2019
The Problem With “Diversity” The Problem With “Diversity” Columnist Tereneh Idia on a noun used in an attempt to create equity, but is instead dehumanizing. September 19, 2018
Letter from a Gen-Xer Letter from a Gen-Xer "We are used to being in between." December 05, 2018
Clothes Make ... Clothes Make ... Q&A with artist Linda Wallen January 16, 2019

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