DiArron M.’s research critically examines the intersection of resistance rhetorics and Black identity creation. Here, resistance rhetorics include the monologues, dialogues, and discursive spaces that produce, inform, and surround what qualifies as meaningful or acceptable resistance. This usually entails explorations and critiques of concepts such as inclusion, equity, and liberation. Additionally, his research questions how resistance rhetoric work to shape black identities, impact black culture, and police black people. Ultimately, he hopes that his research will help to expose and abolish hegemonic interests and the ways they benefit from resistance and liberation efforts, thereby helping to further, and more freely empower marginalized people and peoples.
M.A. Communication Studies, Abilene Christian University
M.A. Christian Ministry, Abilene Christian University
B.G.S. Communication and Religion, Georgia Southern University