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Keila Taylor wearing a yellow shirt and overalls standing in a field with her legs spread and firmly planted and her hands clasped behind her head. She's looking up at the sky.
Keila Taylor Awarded Graduate School Presidential Dissertation Fellowship in Social Sciences
Upper Body shot of Kemi Adeyemi
Spotlighting Black Art: Q&A with Kemi Adeyemi // UW Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity
Book cover with drawing of backside of a full-figured naked person surrounded by foliage.
Bettina Judd’s New Book Feelin Featured by UW News
Book cover with drawing of backside of a full-figured naked person surrounded by foliage.
Bettina Judd Explores Black Women Artists and Embodied Knowledge in Latest Book Feelin
Harriet Dumba, a dark-skinned black woman with long braids pulled back in a ponytail, wearing a blue blouse and patterned skirt, holding her 2022 GWSS Alumni Award plaque and smiling at the camera.
2022 GWSS Alumni Awardee Harriet Poni Dumba: “There is so much work for us to do out there.”  
Book cover of Kemi Adeyemi's book Feels Right. White text with green and red accents with an image of black women dancing in a nightclub to the left of the text.
New Book by Kemi Adeyemi: Feels Right
Head shot of black woman wearing a bonnet, looking sideways and laughing
Kemi Adeyemi breaks down a shared laugh in Passing
Upper body shot of a Black woman wearing a black hoodie and her afro in a ponytail. She's looking directly at the camera and has a neutral expression.
Kemi Adeyemi’s Visionary Black Embodiments Studio Generates Synergy at UW and Recognition of Black Arts in Seattle 
Ramon Johnson Accepting Women Engaged Award
Ramon Johnson Receives the Alumni Award from Women Engaged
Bettina Judd
Bettina Judd featured in Poem-a-Day 
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Remembering bell hooks 
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Women in the Workforce article in The Daily features GWSS Professor Regina Yung Lee
Bettina Judd
GWSS Assistant Professor Bettina Judd's poem, "Not My Ancestors," featured by the Academy of American Poets on Poem-a-Day