Wilfredo A. Gomez
We Too Dream: AOC, Stephen A. Smith and the Narrative of How to Make It in America
Speaking across geographical, political, educational, racial, gendered, and classed conversations to highlight the challenges involved in both navigating and negotiating circumstances, systems, and institutions.
‘It’s Funky Enough:’ AOC and the Conundrum of Language
That particular brand of mediocre whiteness is front and center when it comes to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s most vocal critics.
They Schools: Educational Narratives, Resistance, and the Perpetual Distance Separating Equity From Equality
While power dynamics are (often) constructed along lines of race, they do not preclude other power dynamics predicated upon different identities and hierarchies of difference.
Racism and Southern Politics: A Song Stuck on Repeat
I see and hear that voice of hate, and yet I will happily participate in the democratic process.