K. Melchor Quick Hall, PhD is a popular educator, writer, and researcher. Hall is the author of Naming a Transnational Black Feminist Framework: Writing in Darkness, and co-editor, with Gwyn Kirk, of Mapping Gendered Ecologies: Engaging with and Beyond Ecowomanism and Ecofeminism. She is both a Resident Scholar at Brandeis University’s Women’s Studies Research Center (WSRC) and the Executive Director of the African American Education & Research Organization (AAERO) @ Melchor-Quick Meeting House (MQMH), founded by her mother and first teacher, Paula Quick Hall. At Pendle Hill Quaker Retreat and Conference Center, Hall co-leads a writing workshop for people of color, a reparations workshop for US-based, white inheritors of wealth, and an artist-led freedom visioning workshop for individuals interested in our shared liberation.
Updated September 2022.
More from K. Melchor Quick Hall
I, Too: Brandeis University Screening and Post-Film Discussion
Brendeis University, Bertelsmann Foundation and Humanity in Action cordially invite you to the premiere of I, Too, a documentary film from the mind of Carol Anderson.
Announcing the Recipients of the 2022 Racial Equity Grant
We are delighted to announce the five recipients of the 2022 Humanity in Action Racial Equity Grant!
Announcing the 2014 Diplomacy and Diversity Fellows
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