Author Archives: Misha Baker '10

About Misha Baker '10

Hey everyone! I am a junior at HC and have received summer funding to do research on reggae in the Czech Republic. During my time there I will interview various members of the underground reggae scene and blog about my experiences. I also plan to do some travelling around the Czech Republic and will comment on my experiences with Czech society!

Black History Month PROFILE: Ella Baker

Born in 1903, Ella Baker was the granddaughter of a rebellious slave. She  began her involvement with the NAACP in 1940. In 1955 she co-founded the  organization In Friendship to help raise money to fight Jim Crow laws in  the … Continue reading

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Is Black Hair Still Political?

We’ve focused the spotlight during this black history month on Lori L Tharps as she guides us through the question… Meet Lori. L Tharps, a self-described writer, author, professor, Mother, and Multicultural Maven. She is currently an assistant professor of … Continue reading

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NO-vember like SEX-vember!

Hello readers! This is Misha again, and I am going to update you on  what’s been happening in the Women’s Center this month! November was themed as Sex-Vember as our events catered to sexuality, sexual health and sex education…. To … Continue reading

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WE’RE BACK!!!

Hello Everyone, Welcome back to our blog! My name is Misha and I am a staff member at the wonderful Women’s Center at Haverford. We have a full medley of events for this semester to keep everyone occupied, interested and … Continue reading

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