Call for submissions: ALL BLACK LIVES MATTER

2020-09-04

Understanding and Dismantling Privilege Journal

Call for Proposals

Scholarly Journal with Reviewers/Referees 

All Black Lives Matter

 

Title: Call for Submissions: ALL BLACK LIVES MATTER!

Scope: 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. This special issue intends to address the diversity of those who identify as Black and honor additional lived experiences and social identities. In the words of Aurdre Lorde, “There is no such thing as a single-issue struggle because we do not live single-issue lives.” 

Process: Proposals can be submitted up to November 1st, 2020 using the following formatting guidelines:

Articles should be submitted in 12-point font, Times New Roman, APA format, not exceeding 8000 words including figures and references. Articles should be scholarly in nature and should be accompanied by a cover letter explaining how the author(s) see articles fitting into the scope of the special issue.

Submission website: Using the UDP website, login with an existing account and/or create a new account to submit the paper at https://www.wpcjournal.com/

Inquiries: Questions about the Special Issue should be directed to:

Marguerite W. Penick-Parks, Special Issue Co-Editor, parks@uwosh.edu

Dr. Victoria Rose Brusaferro, Special Issue Co-Editor, victoria.brusaferro@student.prescott.edu

 UDP is an interdisciplinary, open access journal focusing on the intersectional aspects of privilege, academia, and activism born from the scholars and activists at the White Privilege Conference.