Pan Africanism, Africana WoManism, Motherism.
Presently--Educator and Community Activist, Ghana, West Africa
Graduate of Union Institute & University, with a Ph.D. in the Arts and Sciences, specializing in Africana Women's/Black Studies, Union Institute & University (UI&U), Cincinnati, Ohio
Dissertation (2008): "Humble Warrioress: Women in the Nation of Islam, A Comparative Study 1930-1975 and 1978-2000."
Graduate scholarships and awards received:
Union Institute & University Graduate Scholarship, 2007: Daniel J. Ransohoff Scholarship, 2007: National Dean's List (Graduate Studies) 2007-2008
Member of: Africana WoManism Society: African American Association of Ghana (AAAG)
Graduate assistantship, Clark Atlanta University mentored by Dr. Josephine Bradley, Chair and Professor, African American Studies and Africana Women Studies Department [Dr. Bradley, honored as a "civil rights hero," [see: http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-500617_162-1482625.html: http://www.loc.gov/folklife/civilrights/survey/view_collection.php?coll_id=2539]
Research Paper Presentation:
"Eugenics Sterilization Program: Involuntary sterilization" Presented at The Women and Human Rights Seminar, Cincinnati, OH, 2004.
“Africana Womanism is neither an outgrowth nor an addendum to feminism. Africana Womanism is not Black feminism, Africana feminism, or Walker’s womanism that some Africana women have come to embrace” (Hudson-Weems, 1993).