Nicole Truesdell is the senior director of Academic Diversity and Inclusiveness and adjunct assistant professor of Anthropology at Beliot College, Michigan State University. Her interests are in radical pedagogy, academic hustling and social justice. Her research focuses on the intersections of race, racism, gender, class, citizenship and belonging, nationalism and the nation-state, community organising and activism, social movements and radical black thought. She has worked with Black South West Network (BSWN) since 2009 and helped develop and write 3 of the 4 Heritage Lottery Funded projects BSWN has completed.
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Women of colour have often been at the forefront of movements to create more humane and integrated policies and places. What can historic and global movements for change teach us about the future of cities?