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She was also co-president of UCLA’s Graduate Student Association in Education as well as a student representative for the Urban Schooling Division.
Amah has presented her research and theoretical contributions on issues of K-16 educational access and equity at several educational conferences such as the American Educational Research Association (AERA).
A week later, however, after returning from a who engaged in a standoff to serve her a warrant. Why does it appear that neither educational access nor occupational achievement results in me being treated similarly to my non-black female counterparts?
Three black women who were alive when the nation witnessed the proverbial glass ceiling shatter as the first woman became the presidential nominee of a major party.
We have normalized the labor of black women, just as much as we have normalized discrediting that labor.
While the DNC touched on almost every pressing issue in America, there was literally no airtime to the public displays of inhumanity toward black women and girls that rocked the consciousness of most segments of our society –– even as viral footage revealed a black teenage girl makes me cry just thinking about it; how, in isolation, her naked body was swarmed, jumped on, and finally taken away.Consequently, her dissertation is a longitudinal study of 20 African American students currently in their first year of college or the workforce, dating back to their sophomore year of high school.She has been able to conduct her research over the years with support from UCLA-IUSD GEAR UP (Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs), Spencer Foundation Research in Training Grant, American Education Research Association, UCLA Graduate Division, UCLA Institute for American Cultures (IAC) and University of California Office of the President (UCOP).Last month's Democratic National Convention (DNC) was a much-needed political morale boost, compared to the Republican kabuki theater held a week prior. Yet the all too familiar absence of mainstream media coverage has me questioning whether I am truly equipped to survive America.From the purposeful inclusion of persons with disabilities to the moving renditions of our national anthem, I almost let myself freely embrace that I was standing in the middle of history. What life aid must I wear to ensure my life does not tragically end like my sisters'?
She is a member of several AERA divisions and special interest groups, including those on the Social Context in Education, Critical Examination of Race, Ethnicity, Class and Gender in Education; Research Focus on Black Education; and Urban Learning and Teaching.