Posts tagged: Immigrants - Diverse
Page 1 of 48123Next ›Last »

Former Obama Official Helps to Expand the Civil Rights Agenda

by Gia Savage | August 9, 2017 Vanita Gupta is the new president and CEO of the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Right Read more

Immigrant tuition break gaining support in Tennessee

by Jonathan Mattise, Associated Press | April 4, 2017
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — A push to offer in-state college tuition rates to students whose parents [...] Read more

Native American Cultural Centers Imperative to Student Success

by Kerrie Fivecoat-Campbell | May 3, 2016
Studies find community and cultural ties important, especially to women students. [...] Read more

In Case You Missed It…

| April 7, 2016
Professor Tackles Turbulent History of Latinos and the LAPD Duke Students Persist in Demands fo [...] Read more

GOP Blaming Others for Its Implosion

by | April 6, 2016
Rather than looking inward to find the root of its problems, many members of the Republican par [...] Read more

UVA Student Group Supporting Undocumented Students Finds Its Footing

by Catherine Morris | March 30, 2016
A new student group at the University of Virginia—DREAMers on Grounds—is working to create [...] Read more

50 Years of Access in Jeopardy

by Yvette M. Alex-Assensoh | March 15, 2016
Voting rights, money to attend college and diversity are so common today that many of us forget [...] Read more

Fight for the Diversity Vote Intensifies as Week’s Primaries Focus on Michigan and Mississippi

by | March 7, 2016
Late last week, Def Jam entrepreneur Russell Simmons announced he was supporting Hillary Clinto [...] Read more

Why Obama Must Not Reach Out to Trump’s Angry Whites

by Ibram X. Kendi | March 6, 2016
The best way for President Obama to counter the Trump effect and the power of racist ideas is f [...] Read more

Malagon Embraces Her Role of Facilitating Brilliance in the Community

by Jamal Eric Watson | February 15, 2016
Dr. Maria C. Malagon, a 2016 Diverse Emerging Scholar, is focused on issues relating to immigra [...] Read more

Replacement for Scalia Becoming an Issue of a Generation

by Emil Guillermo | February 14, 2016
In a presidential election year, with 34 Senate seats also in play, the death of Antonin Scalia [...] Read more

In Case You Missed It…

| February 5, 2016
8 Universities Unite to Guide More Latinos to Professoriate Journalism Vet Incorporates Syrian [...] Read more

Journalism Vet Incorporates Syrian Refugee Experience Into Classes

by Catherine Morris | January 31, 2016
This spring at Rutgers University, the course will pair journalism students with Syrian refugee [...] Read more

Attracting Native Americans to Academe: A ‘Business’ Model

by Gavin Clarkson and Joseph Scott Gladstone | January 28, 2016
Outside of tribal colleges, Native American student representation in four-year colleges is app [...] Read more

Hmong Males Must Embrace Education to be Agents of Change

by Chao Danny Vang | January 27, 2016
It is my moral responsibility to use my knowledge and access to information to help address edu [...] Read more
Page 1 of 32123Next ›Last »