Strengths & Struggles Virtual Summit Interview between Dr. Jeanine Staples and Donna-Marie Cole-Malott
Advocating for Solidarity Among Black Girls: A Conversation for Educators, Administrators, and Policymakers.
- Cole-Malott, D. (2017, September). “Advocating for Solidarity Among Black Girls: A Conversation for Educators, Administrators, and Policymakers.” In J. M. Staples (Chair & Discussant), Strengths and Struggles in Schools & Society: Producing Critical & Creative Examinations of Intersectional Lives. Virtual Summit commissioned and produced by Bucknell University’s Office of Multicultural Student Services & unHerd Series, Central Pennsylvania.
Donna-Marie Cole-Malott is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at The Pennsylvania State University. Her research focuses on the literate practices of immigrant students and their academic and social identity formation. Her research centers on the intersection of race, class, gender, as it relates to the identities of immigrant youth in schools. As a former secondary English teacher, she has worked in urban communities for nearly a decade; she is currently a TA in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction. She also works as a consultant with the State College Area School District in their Professional Development School.