Posts tagged: Black Lives Matter - Diverse
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Why Are Only the White Marches the Right Marches?

by Tyler Hallmark | May 20, 2018 High school activism is now commonplace in America. Students are no longer the leaders of tomor Read more

The Hate U Give

by | April 23, 2018
It takes only one person to change the trajectory of youth of color and invest in them when the [...] Read more

Selecting Commencement Speakers: A Political Minefield

by Pearl Stewart | March 6, 2018
In this hyper-polarized environment, students in the class of 2018 may find themselves without [...] Read more

Mixed-Race Students Need Support

by Nicole Barone | February 20, 2018
Several years ago, when I was a graduate student and staff member at the University of Washingt [...] Read more

Review: Volume Explores Diversity of Black Intellectual Thought

by Nyasha Junior | February 13, 2018
Black Americans are frequently regarded as a monolithic group that thinks, votes and worships t [...] Read more

Lawrence Activist Banned from University Building Hired

by Associated Press | October 25, 2017
LAWRENCE, Kan. — A Lawrence activist who’s banned from one building at the University of Ka [...] Read more

Boston College Students Walk Out After Racial Incidents

by Associated Press | October 18, 2017
BOSTON — Hundreds of students at Boston College have walked out of their classes to protest r [...] Read more

Black Minds Matter: Civil Resistance in the Classroom

by | October 1, 2017
As national tensions surrounding racial bigotry rise, Dr. J. Luke Wood, a professor of educatio [...] Read more

University of New Hampshire Hit by Racism Claims

by Michael Casey, Associated Press | May 14, 2017
DURHAM, N.H. — Some University of New Hampshire students say the school has failed to address [...] Read more

Lecturer Apologizes for Comparing Black Lives Matter to KKK

by Associated Press | October 13, 2016
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. ― A lecturer at the University of Virginia has apologized after comparin [...] Read more

Times Change, But Need to Look Beyond Campus Persists

by Edward Pittman | September 18, 2016
Campus climate cannot be divorced from national events, whether it be police involved killings [...] Read more

Why Small Liberal Arts Colleges Should Embrace Diversity

by Dexter Gordon | July 20, 2016
Smaller, largely historically White colleges got a wake-up call when they found their easygoing [...] Read more

At Mizzou, and Across the Country, It’s All About the Bottom Line

by Autumn A. Arnett | November 11, 2015
It isn’t that I didn’t realize there obviously was a pervasive collective thought by an una [...] Read more

Students Want Hillary Clinton to Know They’re Tired of Rhetoric

by Autumn A. Arnett | November 2, 2015
The Atlanta University Center students who interrupted Democratic presidential candidate with c [...] Read more

#BlackLivesMatter Becoming Vital Part of Dialogue on Campuses

by Autumn A. Arnett | September 10, 2015
From changing curricula to even a new textbook titled Black Lives Matter to finding their place [...] Read more
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