(N.A.H.) Blogroll

Check out my blogroll. In this space, you’ll find links to sites that I visit regularly. This post will be updated as I find new links.

Although you may find some sites here that are also in my Blogs You Should Read category, the links below will take you directly to the sites’ homepages instead of specific posts.

If there are any links you’d like to bring to my attention, (even if they’re your own) feel free to mention them in the comment section below, or in the comment section of this post.


Addressing Racial Microaggressions In Our Schools

Aida Manduley


A Life Not Grey

Andrew Joseph Pegoda



Ask A White Person

Ask Cara

A Teacher’s Evolving Mind

Autistic Academic

Bedford Palmer


Black Girl Dangerous (Archives)

Black Girl Dangerous Blog (Mia McKenzie)

Black Girl In Maine

Blackness in Bold: Black Professor Blog


Black Millennial Musings

Black Youth Project


Breaking Moulds

Cáel Keegan

Change from Within

Charles M Blow

Chase Chronicles

Citizenship & Social Justice

Classroom to Capitol

Code Switch: NPR


Color of Change

Commission for Social Justice Educators Blog

Conditionally Accepted

Confessions of a Pseudo-Gaysian Suburban Dad


Critical Social Justice

Crunk Feminist Collective

Dances With Dissonance

Dear Sis

Dear Straight People

Dear Writers

Declasified Adoptee

Decolonize All The Things

Dena Takuri

De’Neatria Leads The Way

Diane Ravitch

Diary of a Mad Black Trans Girl

Discover WordPress (Topics)

Diversity in Libraries

Diverse Issues In Higher Education

Dr. David J Leonard

Dr. Willie Parker


Emiliano C. Diaz De Leon

Eponymous Fliponymous

Erin Matson

Everyday Feminism

Every Student: Equal Opportunity


For Harriet

Feminism in Student Affairs

Feminista Jones

Feminist Teacher

Frame Shift Blog

Frances Lee

Funk & Beans


Gradient Lair

Harlot Magazine

Hashtag Feminism (#Feminism)

Hood Feminism

How To Make My Blog

Ill Doctrine

Imperative Comparisons

Intersectional Analyst

It’s Pronounced Metrosexual


Jae Ran Kim

Jason Robert

Jayna Genise

Jose Vilson

Just Living 808

Karen Zgoda

Katie Barnes

katie gordon: none & all

Kat Blaque

Katie Rose Guest Pryal

Keith Edwards

Kimberly McKee, PhD

Language Matters

Leaving Evidence

Lets Queer Things Up


Marissa Hatten

Media Diversified

Melissa Harris-Perry

Michael Anthony Goodman

Michigan in Color

Mixed American Life


My [Media]ted Life

My Name Is Elizabeth

My Sex Professor

Native Appropriations

New Black Man

Nicole Clark Consulting

Of Means and Ends

Othering and Belonging

Our Queer Stories

Praxis in Practice

Progressive Pupil

Questions And Tea


Ramp Your Voice

Rebecca Hains

Rebel Researchers Collective

Reject Reality 101

Resist Racism

Riding The Elevator

Robot Hugs

Roots Grow The Tree

Running with Crutches

Scott Woods Makes Lists

Seven Scribes


Social Justice Resources for Student Affairs

Social Work Career Development

Social Work Helper

Social Worky Ideas

Social Workit Mama

Social Work Revolt

Southern Coalition for Social Justice

Stop Street Harassment

Stuck on Social Work

Ta-Nehisi Coates

Teach Peace Now

Teaching Social Work

Tenure She Wrote

The Daily Post

The Dirty Normal

The Feminist Griote

The Funcrunch Files

The Girl Next Door Is Black

The Nerds of Color

The Other Class

The Political Social Worker

The Resident Legal Diva

The Root

The Well Examined Life

This Bridge Called Our Health


Trina S. Tan

Unraveling The Knot

Uptown Notes

Valerie Aurora’s Blog



We Need Diverse Books (Campaign Site)

We Need Diverse Books (Tumblr Site)

What A Shrink Thinks

What Matters

Where I Stand

White Guys Doing It By Themselves

White Mom Blog

WOC Sexual Health Network





From Aspiring Humanitarian, Relando Thompkins, MSW, LLMSW



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I'm a Social Justice Educator and Aspiring Humanitarian who is interested in conflict resolution, improving intergroup relations, and building more equitable and inclusive communities. "Notes from an Aspiring Humanitarian" is my blog, where I write about issues of diversity, inclusion, equity, and social justice. By exploring social identities through written word, film & video, and other forms of media, I hope to continue to expand and enrich conversations about social issues that face our society, and to find ways to take social action while encouraging others to do so as well in their own ways.

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  1. erintothemax says:

    Thank you for including my blog and Tumblr on this list! I am excited to check out your other recommendations.

  2. Wow– you read a lot of blogs! Hopefully mine will be on the list one day (just started!). Love your site ~ Jodi @ http://www.internationalsocialworker.com

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