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Tanisha C. FordNew office, who dis? Am slowly but surely moving into my new office at the CUNY Graduate Center and into my new role as Professor of History! 💙 It really was a tough decision to leave my post at UD, where I had been…
Formerly head of diversity and inclusion for Major League Baseball, Renée Tirado will lead the luxury Italian fashion brand's efforts “to put culture—self-expression and inclusivity—at the center of what we do,” said Gucci president and CEO Marco...
Tanisha C. Ford"Formerly head of diversity & inclusion for Major League Baseball, Renée Tirado will lead the luxury Italian fashion brand's efforts 'to put culture—self-expression and inclusivity—at the center of what we do,' said Gucci president and CEO Marco Bizzarri."
"The book is for all of the everyday Black girls who made magic out of a dollar store T-shirt."
Tanisha C. FordOMG! This pic of SnP just made so emotional. A visual reminder of why I wrote #DressedinDreams & whose story it tells. Check out my @VICE interview on the book. We get 👏🏿in👏🏿to👏🏿some👏🏿thangs👏🏿!
And pre-order your copy of DRESSED today! #DreamyBook
Cornrows have become a crowd favorite for women of every culture in the last 10 years. Whereas it used to be worn by children, especially young African and African American girls, the style has become widely popular across women of all ages. But...
Tanisha C. Ford"Enslaved Africans also used cornrows to transfer and create maps to leave plantations and the home of their captors. This act of using hair as a tool for resistance is said to have been evident across South America." #DressedinDreams
Rihanna tells Vogue about her latest visual inspiration: Kwame Brathwaite and the Grandassa Models.
Tanisha C. FordWhen Rihanna's citational practice includes you!! 🤯🤯🤯 "Rihanna wanted to know more – cue more “digging” to turn up the fact, via writer and historian Tanisha C. Ford, that the Grandassa Models designed and made their own clothes." #DressedinDreams
The Legacy Museum, and attractions like it, are transforming the experience of historical tourism for black people.
Tanisha C. Ford"The history grappled w/ by all these new & updated museums & historical sites can be complicated and painful... But for black tourists & visitors, these places are valuable not only b/c they’re honest but also b/c they open up space for us to just be."