Janeria Easley

Janeria Easley is an assistant professor of African American studies at Emory University. Dr. Easley is trained as a sociologist and a demographer. She studies neighborhoods, wealth, and other racialized barriers to economic well-being.

Janeria Easley

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2. Using 120-Year-Old Tools to Document Black Life in Georgia

W. E. B. Du Bois was a leader in establishing the field of American sociology. He deployed empiricism, often triangulating various methods to advance our sociological understanding in ways that were unheard of in the United States at that time in order to correct widely held myths about Black Americans, using compelling data and masterfully crafted […]

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