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Redefining Academic Writing for Black Academia with Dr. Michele Boyd

June 27, 2024


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The data will tell us the number of advanced degrees earned and correlate it with higher earnings. But the story behind the numbers sheds light on the why. Why are Black women pursuing doctorate degrees?  

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Y1Yu59BoYoyhUTmbR5Y4a9wqw96QZeOzCihspDIUirA/edit Michelle’s Facebook page @inkwellretreats on Instagram Michelle’s Website Support Black Writer Therapy Podcast

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