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Sawyer, LaToya L., and Benjamin Kuebrich. “‘Organize as if it were Possible to Create a Movement that Will Change the World’: An Interview with Angela Davis.” Writing Democracy: The Political Turn in and Beyond the Trump Era. Eds. Shannon Carter, et al. New York: Routledge, 2019. 51-59. Print. Routledge Research in Writing Studies. Click here to read chapter.
Sawyer, LaToya L. “‘All In Together Girls’: Black Women Make Online Community, Not War, Over Beyonce and Feminism.” Peitho. 18.1 (2015). Web.
Haddix, Marcelle and Sawyer, LaToya L. “I Am My Child’s First Teacher”: Black Motherhood and Homeschooling as Activism.” Laboring Positions: Black Women, Mothering, and the Academy. Ed. Sekile Nzinga-Johnson. Toronto: Demeter Press. 2013.
Nduati , Nyaboke; Sawyer, LaToya L.; Haddix, Marcelle. “Review of Freire, Teaching, and Learning: Culture Circles Across Contexts by Mariana Souto-Manning.” Education Review. 15 (2012). Click here to read the article.