Helping people hear each other... One story at a time
Welcome to a new platform for cultural change created by the ETSU Office of Equity and Inclusion. We are on an exciting journey that we hope will establish productive dialogue on the many challenges facing us as we strive for Social Justice.
We hope to create something useful with Community Voices. We aim to make this publication a place to establish compassion and understanding by providing readers with hundreds of individual’s stories from varying backgrounds and different points of view. Hence the tag line, “Helping People Hear Each Other One Story at a Time.”
Mildred F. Perreault
Assistant Professor, Media and Communication, ETSU
Mildred F. “Mimi” Perreault (Ph.D.) is an Assistant Professor of Media and Communication at East Tennessee State University. Perreault teaches media and communication courses at the undergraduate level, and graduate students in the Brand and Media Strategy Program. Perreault has researched public relations practitioners, local journalists, and citizen scientists as both stakeholders and disaster communicators. After working as a journalist and public relations professional in Washington, DC, and South Florida she sees the role of the local journalist during a natural disaster as one that can engage community response and build community resilience. Perreault has published numerous books chapters and academic articles in Disasters, American Behavioral Scientist, Health Communication, Journalism Practice, Games and Culture, Communication Studies, and Journalism Education. Perreault has a M.A. in Communication Culture and Technology from Georgetown University, and a B.A. in Journalism and Public Relations from Baylor University.
Dr. Daryl A. Carter
Associate Dean for Equity and Inclusion in Arts and Sciences
Dr. Daryl A Carter is Associate Dean for Equity and Inclusion in the College of Arts & Sciences, Director of the Black American Studies program, and a tenured, Full Professor of History at East Tennessee State University. He has been at ETSU since 2008. Dr. Carter is a political historian. He examines the intersection of politics, race, gender, and class. Dr. Carter’s first book is Brother Bill: President Clinton and The Politics of Race and Class, published by the University of Arkansas Press in 2016. Dr. Carter holds a B.S. in Political Science and M.A. in History from East Tennessee State University. He earned his Ph.D. in American history at The University of Memphis.
Volume 1 Issue 1; May 2022
Volume 1 Issue 2; August 2022
Volume 1 Issue 3; November 2022