Khalilah L. Brown-Dean - Higher Education
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Khalilah L. Brown-Dean
Dr. Khalilah L. Brown-Dean is a nationally-known and respected expert on the political dynamics surrounding the American criminal justice system. Brown-Dean is an associate professor of Political Science at Quinnipiac University.


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On Citizenship and Voting

by | November 4, 2018 Citizenship has never been a requirement for U.S. military service. Immigrants and non-citizens Read more

The Hate We Give: Voting Against Violence

by | October 29, 2018
Lifting your voice can be subversive. This is a lesson learned by Starr Carter, the main charac [...] Read more

Still Separate, Still Unequal: American Indians and Election 2018  

by | October 20, 2018
To be sure, the legacy of conquest meant that American Indians and enslaved Africans were often [...] Read more

Feminism, Womanism and Election 2018

by | October 12, 2018
As we stand a month away from the midterm elections, we do so as a record number of women of co [...] Read more

“The Stakes is High”

by | October 3, 2018
As we stand just one month away from the 2018 midterm elections, it is imperative to remind peo [...] Read more

Aretha Franklin, John McCain, and the Meaning of Legacy

by | September 7, 2018
Last week my twin obsessions with politics and pop culture collided as I joined millions of vie [...] Read more

The Opposite of Progress

by | June 28, 2018
The slate of 2018 decisions by the U.S. Supreme Court has a direct impact on questions previous [...] Read more

As American as Apple Pie

by | June 21, 2018
America isn’t divided by pundits and peddlers. It isn’t divided by vacuous political labels [...] Read more

For Colored Folks Who Have Considered Suicide

by | June 9, 2018
The high-profile deaths of celebrities Avicii, Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain have forced impo [...] Read more

Why We Celebrate

by | May 20, 2018
Graduation season brings me tremendous joy. I love seeing the various photos, video clips, and [...] Read more

Mothering Behind Bars

by | May 9, 2018
As we grow older, Mother's Day evokes grief over the loss of grandmothers and other mother figu [...] Read more

Bill Cosby Isn’t a Victim

by | April 29, 2018
What I did not expect was that we would come to the close of Sexual Assault Awareness and Preve [...] Read more

It’s Time to Secure the Vote

by | April 22, 2018
In spite of our professed love of voting as one of the most precious and fundamental features o [...] Read more

From Pain to Power

by | April 12, 2018
Over time, we’ve witnessed a concerted effort to denounce the undeniable racial disparities r [...] Read more

Reclaiming the ‘Fierce Urgency of Now’

by | April 3, 2018
As we reflect on the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., we h [...] Read more
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