Dr. Tara T. Green: Black women and leadership, pleasure practice
As racial and social justice activism takes center stage in America, we are presented with a biography of prolific writer, educator, and social activist, Alice Dunbar Nelson, whose life in the early twentieth century reflects many of our nation’s current challenges. Join Ramona as she talks with Dr. Tara T. Green about her new book on Dunbar Nelson, a queer, liberated “race woman,” who challenged all types of oppression as she influenced the Harlem Renaissance. Dr. Tara T. Green is a professor of African American and African Diaspora Studies at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, where she teaches literature and gender studies courses. Dr. Green is from the Westbank of New Orleans.
To learn more about Tara T. Green or to purchase her wonderful book, visit www.drtaratgreen.com.