Posts tagged: Civil Rights - Diverse
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Guillermo: Asian American Professors Suit May Expose University of Michigan

by Emil Guillermo | March 12, 2017

A married Asian American couple — both a former and current faculty member of the University [...]

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Offspring Ensure Civil Rights Icons’ Work Lives On

by Katti Gray | February 12, 2017

The children of 1960s civil rights icons pay homage to their parents’ legacies by tackling so [...]

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Rights Activists: Fight Just Getting Started

by Catherine Morris | January 22, 2017

Speakers said that mobilizing for protests and marches is critical, but sustained activism woul [...]

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Lipscomb University Celebrates Renaming of Legal Program After Civil Rights Icon

by Reginald Stuart | November 11, 2016

Lipscomb University, a private, liberal-arts institution in Nashville, celebrates the renaming [...]

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University of Virginia Creates Julian Bond Endowed Professorship

by Jamal Eric Watson | October 23, 2016

The University of Virginia is honoring the late Julian Bond, with an endowed professorship in h [...]

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Civil Rights Stalwart Jack Greenberg Dies

by Diverse Staff | October 13, 2016

Jack Greenberg, the last surviving lawyer of the Thurgood Marshall-led team that argued Brown v [...]

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Monticello Summit Offers Somber View of Slavery Legacy

by Catherine Morris | October 5, 2016

A public summit hosted by the Thomas Jefferson Foundation brought hundreds to Monticello for a [...]

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Colin Kaepernick Controversy Puts Presidential Debate in Perspective

by Emil Guillermo | September 25, 2016

Fans don’t realize it, but Colin Kaepernick knows there are more important things in life tha [...]

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WNBA Players Readily Step Up into Activist Role

by Lois Elfman | August 3, 2016

Experts discuss the female athletes’ civic responsibilities and whether these role models hav [...]

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