The International Review of African American Art, Volume 21, No. 3, 2007, “Transforming Hate Literature with Origami,” p. 62. A publication of the Hampton University Museum.
The Education of a Photographer, edited by Charles H. Traub, Steven Heller, and Adam Bell, Allworth Press, 2006, New York, excerpt from “The Plaintiff Speaks,” pp. 51-59.
The International Review of African American Art, Volume 20, No. 3, 2005, “Picturing Us: Together, Deborah Willis and Hank Willis Thomas,” pp. 46-47. A publication of the Hampton University Museum.
Potomac Review, Issue 38, Fall/Winter 2004-05, A Journal of Arts and Humanities, Montgomery College, MD, “It Wasn’t Little Rock,” pp. 7-25.
Putting the Movement Back into Civil Rights Teaching, edited by Deborah Menkart, Alana Murray, Jenice View, Teaching for Change, 2004, Washington, DC, “The Plaintiff Speaks,” pp. 291-300.
Afterimage, Issue 28, May/June, 2001, A publication of Visual Studies Workshop. “The Site of Transition From Female To Male.”
In So Many Words, (essayist), The Minnesota Museum of American Art, 1995, St. Paul, MN.
What Can a Woman do With a Camera?, edited by Jo Spence and Joan Solomon, Scarlet Press, 1995, London, “Home Truths,” pp. 61-66.
Liberating Memory: Our Work and Our Working-Class Consciousness, edited by Janet Zandy, Rutgers University Press, 1994, New Brunswick, NJ, “Reliving My Mother’s Struggle,” pp. 249-264.
Picturing Us: African American Identity in Photography, edited by Deborah Willis, The New Press, 1994, New York, NY, “The Plaintiff Speaks,” pp. 88-102.
IKON #12/13, 1992, “Witness To Dissent: It Wasn’t Little Rock.”
Ancestors Known and Unknown: Boxworks, (essayist), traveling exhibition organized by Coast to Coast National Women Artists of Color, 1991, “Women of Color?”
She Who Was Lost Is Remembered, edited by Louise M. Wisechild, The Seal Press, 1991, Seattle, WA, “Taking the Private Public,” pp. 147-151.
Heresies: A Feminist Publication on Art and Politics, Volume 7, Number 1, Issue 25, 1990, “On Being an American Black Student.”
POSITIONS: A Publication of New York Feminist Art Institute, edited by Cassandra Langer, Volume 1, Number 1, 1989, “Reflections on multi-racial issues in the visual arts.”
Art & Artists, February/March, 1988, “On Being an Invisible Black Artist.”
Heresies: A Feminist Publication on Art and Politics, Volume 6, Number 1, Issue 21, 1987, “Nuclear Food.“