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Jacquelyn Branscomb: An Open Letter to George Mason University

by Jacquelyn Branscomb | July 24, 2016 Jacquelyn Branscomb, a law student at George Mason University, shares her experiences surroundi Read more
Emil Guillermo: Diversity Candidate? Trump’s No Voice for Diversity

Emil Guillermo: Diversity Candidate? Trump’s No Voice for Diversity

by Emil Guillermo |
Donald Trump’s speeches provide a clear message on his stance on diversity issues. [...] Read more

Management Leadership Program Aims to Boost Workforce Diversity

by Lydia Lum |
Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT) provides minority students with one-on-one leadership [...] Read more

GMU Law School Renaming a Possible Roadblock to Diversity

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim |
George Mason University moves forward with plans to foster diversity despite the controversy su [...] Read more
Miami Mayor Tomás Pedro Regalado Touts Success of ‘My Brother’s Keeper’ in his City

Miami Mayor Tomás Pedro Regalado Touts Success of ‘My Brother’s Keeper’ in his City

by Jamal Eric Watson | July 21, 2016
The mayor of Miami said that President Obama’s “My Brother’s Keeper” (MBK) Initiative h [...] Read more

Free Community College Program Preparing to Launch in San Diego

by Catherine Morris |
Free community college is coming to San Diego. This fall, the first cohort of 201 students will [...] Read more

Experts: Direct More Institutional Aid to Low-income Students

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim |
Colleges and universities should rethink the way they distribute institutional aid in order to [...] Read more

For the Black Athlete, Diversity and Inclusion Still the Elephant in Room

by Mark Robinson | July 20, 2016
In college sports, we are missing many of the key elements associated with the concept of diver [...] Read more
Why Small Liberal Arts Colleges Should Embrace Diversity

Why Small Liberal Arts Colleges Should Embrace Diversity

by Dexter Gordon |
Smaller, largely historically White colleges got a wake-up call when they found their easygoing [...] Read more

Unconventional Approach Propels Evergreen State College

by Lois Elfman |
A unique learning environment thrives at the Pacific Northwest school. [...] Read more
Yale Rehires Black Man who Broke Window Depicting Slavery

Yale Rehires Black Man who Broke Window Depicting Slavery

by Associated Press |
NEW HAVEN, Conn. ― A Black former Yale University dining services worker who used a broomstic [...] Read more

University of Illinois Names Robert J. Jones of SUNY-Albany as Chancellor

by Jamal Eric Watson | July 19, 2016
Dr. Robert J. Jones, the president of the State University of New York at Albany has been selec [...] Read more
Man Who Smashed Window Depicting Slaves Wants His Job Back

Man Who Smashed Window Depicting Slaves Wants His Job Back

by Associated Press | July 18, 2016
NEW HAVEN, Conn. ― Yale University and a former dining services worker who smashed a stained- [...] Read more

Scholar Warns Police Body Cams may be Used to Show Underrepresented in Worst Light

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim |
Access to footage from police body-worn cameras is among contentious issues that touch on matte [...] Read more
Portland State University Views Diversity Efforts Through Eyes of Marginalized

Portland State University Views Diversity Efforts Through Eyes of Marginalized

by Jamal Eric Watson | July 17, 2016
Portland State’s Equity Lens panels and Diversity Action Council regularly assess the univers [...] Read more
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