James B. Ewers Jr. - Higher Education
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James B. Ewers Jr.
Members of the academy offer insight into current events and higher education issues that impact people of color.


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Praying for Kindness in 2018

by | January 9, 2018 I can remember people many years ago making New Year’s resolutions. These were things we want Read more

Sexual Harassment Leaves Lasting Emotional Scars

by | November 30, 2017
Sexual harassment is nothing new. It didn’t just come on the scene recently. Women and some m [...] Read more

Pro Athletes Have a Unique Platform and They’re Using It

by | October 31, 2017
Certainly, before Colin Kaepernick’s gesture, you didn’t see cameras scanning the crowd to [...] Read more

Trump Creates Chaos and Confusion

by | September 27, 2017
The current president of the United States of America is always in the middle of chaos and conf [...] Read more

Charlottesville Evokes Memories of the Sixties

by | August 16, 2017
I am a product of the 1960s and grew up in a Southern city. Segregation, separate but equal, we [...] Read more

‘Just in Case,’ Is That Our New Anthem These Days?

by | July 17, 2017
In 2017, Black men in America walk a dangerous walk. The relationship between Black men and the [...] Read more

Brienne Minor: Michigan’s Tennis Hidden Figure

by | June 22, 2017
Brienne Minor is a tennis player at the University of Michigan where she recently won the NCAA [...] Read more

Bethune-Cookman and Notre Dame’s Common Denominator

by | May 23, 2017
In my opinion, both universities made the wrong choices in commencement speakers. [...] Read more

Colleges are Hotbeds for Inappropriate Behavior

by | May 4, 2017
It appears that racism has no boundaries. It rears its distasteful head in too many places and [...] Read more

Is Our Nation Prepared for the Next 4 Years?

by | March 29, 2017
Would anyone disagree that we are living in some troubling times in the United States of Americ [...] Read more

Serena and Venus Williams are Champions on and off the Court

by | March 12, 2017
March is Women’s History Month, so honoring the Williams sisters seems to be a natural fit. [...] Read more

Keeping Black History Alive for Future Generations

by | February 9, 2017
Just as Black History Month has been kept alive for you, you must now keep it alive for future [...] Read more

Our Struggle to Overcome Must Begin With You and Me

by | January 22, 2017
Let us strive to be our brother’s and sister’s keeper. We need more dignity and more respec [...] Read more

Letting Go and Moving Forward in 2017

by | January 9, 2017
The year 2016 started out with a great deal of promise. Before we lament, we must still be than [...] Read more

There’s a Price to Pay for Using Credit Cards

by | December 26, 2016
Young consumers are the most vulnerable when it comes to credit cards. [...] Read more
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