Fringe Benefits and Work-Life Balance Could Help Address Black Women’s Wealth Disparities https://urbn.is/3XU807F
Exploring Black Women’s Homeschooling Experiences at the Intersections of Race, Gender, and Class in Marginalized Mothers, Mothering from the Margins, edited by Tiffany Taylor and Katrina Bloch
“Fatherhood, Resilience, and Black Men’s Mental Health: Exploring the Contributions of Black Homeschooling Fathers.” Pp. 235-249 in The Handbook of Research on Black Males: Quantitative, Qualitative, & Multidisciplinary, edited by T. S. Ransaw, C.P. Gause, and R. Majors. Michigan: Michigan State University Press.
Race, gender, and class in entrepreneurship: intersectional counterframes and black business owners
Entrepreneurship as Empowerment: Agency, Racial Counterframing, and Black Business Owners’ Decision-Making Processes