Black Women’s History Month – April Harris-Britt


Black Women's History Month: April Harris Britt April Harris-Britt, Ph.D. April Harris-Britt, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist and core faculty in the Clinical Psychology Ph.D. program who is a beloved colleague, faculty advisor, and course instructor. She is a powerful role model and mentor to women and especially African American students due to her visibility with her work with the American Psychological Association and as a highly respected clinician and researcher. She has also gone beyond as an exemplar of ultimate self-care and discipline. Dr. Harris-Britt is “all in” for her students and is a valuable colleague to [...]

Black Women’s History Month – April Harris-Britt2023-05-04T06:42:29-07:00

Wrapping Up Black Womxn’s History Month


As we wrap up Black Womxn’s History Month, the Black Student Association would like to express our deepest gratitude to all of the individuals who shared their stories during the “Share Her Name” campaign. We thoroughly enjoyed reading about Mrs. Etta Greene and Ms. Johnnie King-Scales. As Marcus Garvey once said, “The Black skin is not a badge of shame, but rather a glorious symbol of national greatness.” This campaign worked to embody this sentiment, and as we bask in the final days of April, the Black Student Association members wanted to share additional snippets about fellow Black womxn who were [...]

Wrapping Up Black Womxn’s History Month2023-04-27T11:33:03-07:00

Black Women’s History Month – Tahlia Bragg 


Black Women’s History Month - Tahlia Bragg Tahlia Bragg, Ph.D. When Dr. Tahlia Bragg started her doctoral journey at Fielding, little did she realize that she would become the inaugural president of the Black Student Association—the first university-wide student-led group. The Black Student Association grew out of an African American student affinity group in the School of Psychology in 2016. In July of that year, Alton Sterling and Philando Castile were brutally murdered by the police. The tragedy coincided with Fielding’s Session in Chicago, Ill. Many Black students wanted to participate in the protests against police brutality in [...]

Black Women’s History Month – Tahlia Bragg 2023-04-26T12:24:27-07:00

Black Women’s History Month – Black Leaders at Fielding


Black Women's History Month - Black Leaders at Fielding  I would be remiss if I did not acknowledge the phenomenal Black Woman of the Black Student Association during the #ShareHerName campaign. Black Woman, your presence and grace are invaluable. Representation matters, and you all show up and show out! Despite being well-known and respected, all of you deserve further recognition. Join me in #SharingTheirNames!  Black Student Association Student/Graduate Leaders Dr. Tahlia Bragg, Inaugural President Donica Harper, President Brianna Downey, Vice President Shania Greenwood, Special Events Coordinator Sheila Turner, Past Executive Board Member Shirreka Mackay, Past Treasurer/Executive Board Member Tryphena Jenkins, [...]

Black Women’s History Month – Black Leaders at Fielding2023-04-25T15:17:54-07:00

Black Women’s History Month: Etta Marie Greene


Black Women's History Month: Etta Marie Greene As we continue with the “Share Her Name” campaign, I want to contribute by writing about a Black woman who has been extremely influential in my life. You most likely have never heard of her, but her name is Etta Marie Greene. She has been a quiet but powerful influence all of my life, so let me tell you a little about her and why she has had such an impact.   Etta Marie Greene Mrs. Etta Marie Greene was born in Jones County, North Carolina, in 1931 to a couple from [...]

Black Women’s History Month: Etta Marie Greene2023-04-12T13:55:15-07:00
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