We have learned that when traveling with a kid, a whole lotta rules have got to get thrown out of the window. I heard some advice that the more you travel with your kid, the easier it gets. There is a lot of truth to that. However, once I stopped breastfeeding (G was 1), take off and landing on flights became a bit more difficult and once Baby G entered toddlerhood (12 - 36 months), our travel game had to change.
I recently reached out to Dr. Edwards to discuss her upcoming book, Hiding in Plain Sight: Black Women, the Law, and the Making of a White Argentine Republic. It goes into depth about how many cities in Argentina had populations where 30-40% of inhabitants were African and/or African descent in the 18th Century. That evolved into less than a percentage point by 2010 . . . Sit back and get ready for us to discuss the first time she felt like a Woman, why she refuses to use the term ‘white supremacy’ in the Argentine context, how she could not have made tenure without her women of color sisters in the academy and more.