Chriss Sneed

Women’s & Gender Studies Special Issue

Check out Wagadu: A Journal of Transnational Women & Gender Studies‘ recent publication titled “Special Issue: Racialization. Spectacle. Liberation v.22.” Edited by graduate student Chriss Sneed, this special issue also includes a book review titled “Review of Melancholia Africana by Nathalie Etoke, Lanham” by graduate student Kristen Kirksey


Chriss Sneed: Managing Director at CURE

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Congratulations to Chriss Sneed, who will be joining CURE, Center for Urban and Racial Equity, as its Managing Director. CURE is focused on supporting social change through research-based policy initiatives, training, facilitation, and community engagement. In the past, CURE has worked with organizations and institutions in several U.S. cities; for instance, findings from a recent report on racism within the Philadelphia Court system has been cited by Philadelphia's Committee on Legislative Oversight. As Managing Director,  they will be directly collaborating with senior leadership on all aspects of organizational strategy and management, in addition to leading planning and implementation of research, project management, curriculum, development and knowledge-sharing activities.