Betwixt and Between: Middle-Class Women Living with HIV/AIDS
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Since middle-class women with HIV/AIDS likely possess more financial resources to address their diagnosis, we assume that they experience few negative economic and social outcomes of the disease. But Celeste Watkins-Hayes writes that they, too, experience isolation and economic vulnerability... Read more
Comedians, like social scientists, are students of human behavior, says Celeste Watkins-Hayes in her conversation with the comic, radio host, and regular on NPR's "Wait, Wait...Don't Tell Me!" Read more
The Spelman alumna and our current writer-in-residence discusses the role of schools like Morehouse College and Howard University in today's society—and encourages Chicago-area students to apply to HBCUs. Read more
Celeste Watkins-Hayes explains how the HIV/AIDS epidemic and the Occupy movement gripping the nation—and world—are two sides of the same coin. Read more
The Northwestern sociology professor's thoughts on inequality, HIV/AIDS research, writing, and more Read more