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Contributors T. DIONNE BAILEY is assistant professor of involved with SONG’s Black Mamas Bail Out, Africana and Latin American studies at Col- Showing Up for Racial Justice–Charlottesville, gate University. A historian whose interdisci- Charlottesville Low Income Housing Coalition, plinary work focuses on the mass incarceration and the Resilience Fund. of Black girls and women in the South, Bailey is the founder of  I-VOW  (I am a Voice of ADRIAN L. BURRELL is an artist from Oak- Women), a nonprot org fi anization that aids land, California. His work focuses on notions incarcerated women in their transition out of of kinship, diasporic narratives, and the gaps the penal system. Bailey is currently working between place and belonging. Adrian is a on her first book project, “ ‘Daughters of Jim YBCA Creative Fellow and received his BFA Crow’s Injustice’: African American Women, from the San Francisco Art Institute before Mass Incarceration, and the Business of Black getting his MFA from Stanford’s School of Women’s Bodies, 1890–1980.” Art and Art History. TIFFANY E. BARBER is a scholar, curator, TAMECA COLE is a mixed-media artist and and critic of twentieth- and twenty-first-cen - a lifelong resident of Birmingham, Alabama. tury visual art, new media, and performance. She uses http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Southern Cultures University of North Carolina Press

Contributors

Southern Cultures , Volume 27 (3) – Nov 6, 2021

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University of North Carolina Press
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Copyright © Center for the Study of the American South
ISSN
1534-1488

Abstract

T. DIONNE BAILEY is assistant professor of involved with SONG’s Black Mamas Bail Out, Africana and Latin American studies at Col- Showing Up for Racial Justice–Charlottesville, gate University. A historian whose interdisci- Charlottesville Low Income Housing Coalition, plinary work focuses on the mass incarceration and the Resilience Fund. of Black girls and women in the South, Bailey is the founder of  I-VOW  (I am a Voice of ADRIAN L. BURRELL is an artist from Oak- Women), a nonprot org fi anization that aids land, California. His work focuses on notions incarcerated women in their transition out of of kinship, diasporic narratives, and the gaps the penal system. Bailey is currently working between place and belonging. Adrian is a on her first book project, “ ‘Daughters of Jim YBCA Creative Fellow and received his BFA Crow’s Injustice’: African American Women, from the San Francisco Art Institute before Mass Incarceration, and the Business of Black getting his MFA from Stanford’s School of Women’s Bodies, 1890–1980.” Art and Art History. TIFFANY E. BARBER is a scholar, curator, TAMECA COLE is a mixed-media artist and and critic of twentieth- and twenty-first-cen - a lifelong resident of Birmingham, Alabama. tury visual art, new media, and performance. She uses

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Southern CulturesUniversity of North Carolina Press

Published: Nov 6, 2021

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