The special issue of Understanding and Dismantling Privilege, called ASIAN & PACIFIC ISLANDERS IN AMERICA, THEN AND NOW, is accepting scholarship, in all forms, that explores the vast diversity in the lived experiences of this culturally defined group. Please log in to the UDP website to submit your work by September 1, 2022. This special issue is seeking work that not only addresses the vast diversity embedded within this group, but also how these identities intersect with the issues of Race, Racism, & White Privilege, Biracial & Multiracial Identities & Communities, Immigration & Displaced Identities, and specific attention to the Black & Asian/Pacific Islander Co-conspirators/Alliances. We welcome empirically based scholarship, personal reflections, creative pieces, and action-oriented curricular ideas, for this special issue.Read more about Call for submissions: ASIAN & PACIFIC ISLANDERS IN AMERICA, THEN AND NOW
Exciting news! We just published our Special Issue: All #BlackLivesMatter! as our 2022 Spring Issue of Understanding and Dismantling Privilege, Volume 12, Issue S1.
The special issue of Understanding and Dismantling Privilege, called ALL BLACK LIVES MATTER, requests your participation in the peer-review process.Read more about Seeking Peer Review: ALL BLACK LIVES MATTER!
In response to the murder of Breonna Taylor and others, ongoing systemic anti-Black racism and the outpouring of support to disrupt these current inequities, Understanding and Dismantling Privilege seeks to publish a special issue illustrating that not only do Black Lives Matter, but All Black Lives Matter. Students (youth and adult), activists, scholars, educators, and practitioners are invited to submit scholarship, personal reflections, creative pieces, and action-oriented curricular ideas that speak to lived experiences and critically constructed perceptions of All Black Lives.