Posts tagged: 2016 Presidential Election - Diverse
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Emil Guillermo: ‘Almost Christmas’ Almost an Antidote for the Election of Trump

by | November 13, 2016 On the Friday after the most shocking election in recent history, I elected to shut off the new Read more

Experts: Trump Administration Equals Diminished Regulatory Role for ED

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | November 11, 2016
Washington — On the same day that President-elect Donald Trump visited his soon-to-be predece [...] Read more

Historical Appreciation: Reflecting on the 2016 Presidential Election

by Roberto Rodriguez |
On election night, I received hundreds of messages from friends and colleagues from throughout [...] Read more

Protests Bring Out Angry Millennials in Chicago

by Grace Austin | November 10, 2016
Thousands of unhappy citizens took to the streets of Chicago in protest last night. [...] Read more

Guillermo: Diversity Vote not Enough as Trump Triumphs

by Emil Guillermo | November 9, 2016
Republicans vowed 2016 would be different, at least when it comes to diversity. [...] Read more

Rodriguez: Election 2016 and Revisiting the New Jim & Juan Crow

by Roberto Rodriguez | November 7, 2016
As we all know, for probably three-fourths of the electorate ― between women and people of co [...] Read more

Friends of HBCUs: President Obama is Not on the Ballot

by Lezli Baskerville | November 2, 2016
It is perplexing that there are those who would escalate a discussion about the impact of Presi [...] Read more

Guillermo: Michelle Obama Delivers Message of Diversity and Hope

by Emil Guillermo | October 30, 2016
If it weren’t for the FBI Director James Comey’s actions, the political highlight of last w [...] Read more

Texts, Online Ads in Store for Ohio’s Coveted College Voters

by Julie Carr Smyth, Associated Press | October 26, 2016
COLUMBUS, Ohio ― Progressive groups say reaching college voters in Ohio with text messages, d [...] Read more

Scholars Unsure Potential Young Latino Voters Engaged

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | September 26, 2016
Even though young Latino voters have much at stake in the 2016 presidential election — from i [...] Read more

Support for Minority-serving Institutions may Hang in Balance of Election

by Jamal Eric Watson | September 12, 2016
Scholars are concerned that if Donald J. Trump wins, support for public and minority-serving in [...] Read more

Trump’s Suggestion of ‘Rigged’ Election Could Ignite Resentment in Politics

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | August 11, 2016
David C. Wilson, a political science professor, expounds on matters of race and resentment in A [...] Read more

Emil Guillermo: Hint of Affirmative Action Politics Plays Role in Presidential Campaign

by Emil Guillermo | August 7, 2016
Hillary Clinton makes vow to be the “president for all Americans” during a Q&A last week at [...] Read more

The 2016 Presidential Election Process: One Black Man’s Perspective

by William Small, Jr. | May 4, 2016
The struggle today is not simply about the tension generated by the need to breathe false life [...] Read more