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WRITING

 

With Emotional Justice, Esther A. Armah is building a global body of work. Part of the body is her written pieces, features and essays. Esther is crafting a vocabulary that spans the connected extended family of global Black people. Esther is crafting language to communicate the myriad ways the chaos of colliding traumas due to a history of injustice and brutality manifest in contemporary lives.

Esther’s work is to craft language to explore these collisions and enable the creation of a process of healing by global Black peoples. This growing body of writing now spans 10 years.

It has appeared in global publications in the US, London and Ghana. Those publications include:-

US: AlterNet, Essence.com, Ebony.com, Gawker, Salon.com, Global Grind, Gawker Review,  The Root

Ghana: B&FT

London: The Guardian

Esther’s essays on Emotional Justice have been published in the following books:-‘ CHARLESTON SYLLABUS: Readings on Race, Racism and Racial Violence’ Edited by Dr Chad Williams, Dr Kidada Williams and Dr Keisha Blain and BLACK COOL edited by Rebecca Walker.  

Esther has a body of work that spancs 10 years’ the following:-

Esther Armah has an EMOTIONAL JUSTICE column. This series of writings is being published in WARSCAPES. 
 

From I Can’t Grieve to I Can’t Breathe: Black Grief Matters – July 2019

http://www.warscapes.com/column/esther-armah/i-can-t-breathe-i-can-t-grieve-black-grief-matters

Haunted & Hunted: Emotional Justice for #TheExoneratedFive – March 2019

http://www.warscapes.com/column/esther-armah/haunted-and-hunted-emotional-justice-theexonerated5

Jay Z 4:44 Intimate Reckoning

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/jay-z-444-intimate-reckoning_us_5a38ebdee4b0c12e6337b097

What Black women want and need

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/dec/03/emotional-justice-what-black-women-want-and-need

‘Birthdays. Legacies, Love, Leadership:

Letter to Winnie Mandela – Huffington Post

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/esther-armah/letter-to-winnie-mandela_b_1684393.html

The Missionary’s Position – Huffington Post

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/esther-armah/the-missionarys-position_b_4417227.html

On Boston & Violence – an Intimate Relationship – Huffington Post

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/esther-armah/on-boston-violence_b_3096145.html

Black Bodies, White Terrorism – A Global ReImagining of Forgiveness

http://gawker.com/black-bodies-white-terrorism-a-global-reimagining-of-1715637306

SELMA: The Beautiful, Complicated, Connected Histories of Global Black Folk – Gawker

http://review.gawker.com/the-beautiful-complicated-connected-histories-of-blac-1679342925

theSWAGspot: Intimate Public Space to Talk Love, Lessons and Legacy With Men for Men

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/esther-armah/theswagspot-intimate-publ_b_3399877.html

 

The Other National Conversation? White Privilege

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/esther-armah/the-other-national-conver_1_b_3660742.html

 

Lil Kim: Diary of a Mirror

http://www.ebony.com/wellness-empowerment/essay-lil-kim-diary-of-a-mirror

https://www.theroot.com/lil-kim-and-our-relationship-with-beauty-1790892818

 

Lupita: Black Beauty’s Intimate Revolution

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/esther-armah/lupita-back-beautys-intim_b_4979518.html

 

Emotional Justice: On ‘Perfect’ Victims and ‘Ideal’ Predators

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/esther-armah/emotional-justice-on-perf_2_b_3968774.html

Esther’s essays on Emotional Justice have been published in the following books:-‘ CHARLESTON SYLLABUS: Readings on Race, Racism and Racial Violence’ Edited by Dr Chad Williams, Dr Kidada Williams and Dr Keisha Blain and BLACK COOL edited by Rebecca Walker.