"Liberating Blackness and Interrogating Whiteness," in Art, Women, California,1950-2000: Parallels and Intersections (D. B. Fuller and D. Salvioni, eds., University of California Press, 59-77, 2002).
“(Re)living Memories: Picturing Death,” Ijele: Art eJournal of the African World , Vol. 5, 2002.
"Outing Whiteness: Interrogating Representations of Race and Racism," for Annals of Scholarship: Art Practices and the Human Sciences in a Global Culture, 14, Spring 2000, guest co-editor with Darrell Moore. “The Visual and Applied Arts,” African American Almanac, chapter 26, 9th edition, Detroit: Gale Research, Inc., 1999.
"(in)FORMING the Visual: (re)PRESENTING Women of African Descent," The International Review of African American Art, 14, 30-37, 1998.
PODCAST: "Visual Culture, Race, and Globalization:Is Feminism Still Relevant?": Panel discussion for the exhibition WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, 2007. http://www.moca.org/wack/?p=234
Comrade Sister: Voices of Women in the Black Panther Party, co-producer and co-director with Christine L. Minor.
(in)FORMING the Visual: (re)PRESENTING Women of African Descent, Guest Curator for the Pomona College Museum of Art, 1995.
Selected Conferences and Film Festivals
For Life! For Liberation: Revisiting Black Aesthetics in the Hip Hop Age–faculty/student collaboration, 2004.
2 HOT 4 PBS: Women in the Director’s Chair 9th Annual Touring Film and Video Festival, Committee Chair for an Intercollegiate Women’s Studies Program Film Festival, January 1999;
Cinemas of Resistance/Cine de Resistencia, Fall 1999.
Outing Whiteness: Interrogating Re-Presentations of Race and Racism, Intercollegiate Department of Black Studies annual conference, February 1998.