Because words make worlds.

(n.) a statement or action expressing disapproval of or objection to something;
(n.) a person or people who publicly demonstrates strong objection to something

(n.) violent, criminal acts committed by individuals and/or groups to further ideological goals stemming from domestic influences, such as those of a political, religious, social, racial…

Admittedly, #TransDayofVisibility continues to feel like a day where I hold a both/and attitude.

Rachel Crandall, Executive Director of Transgender Michigan, started the day in 2009 as a way to acknowledge and celebrate the living members of the trans community. The only well-known trans-centered day is most often Transgender Day…

“Intersectionality is not a formula, but a prism used to see and enhance one’s practice.” (Crenshaw, ACPA 2020 Keynote)

**I first wrote this post after attending the 2nd National Symposium on LGBTQ Research in Higher Education in October 2017. Moving much of my public writing to Medium inspired me to come back to some of my more popular posts and revise them. Recently, I got to see Kimberlé Crenshaw…

Hopes for your new adventure as a graduate student wanting to work in higher education.

First and foremost: Welcome and congratulations! Whether you have just finished your Bachelor’s degree or worked for [insert time period] years in this field already, you are about to or have already started to pursue formalized graduate education in our field. …

Alex C. Lange

devoted to a more loving, equitable #highered thru critical, queer, & anticolonial praxis

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