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Preserving the Espíritu Guerrero of Our Children During Covid-19

by | April 2, 2020

Like many mother scholars, I am forced to navigate professional responsibilities while consciou

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A Message to Educators: Hygiene, Hand Washing, and Cultural Considerations Before, During, and After Health Crises

A Message to Educators: Hygiene, Hand Washing, and Cultural Considerations Before, During, and After Health Crises

by | March 29, 2020

Like medical and mental health professionals, educators who are ignorant and incompetent relati

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Coronavirus Is Not a “Chinese Virus”

Coronavirus Is Not a “Chinese Virus”

by | March 25, 2020

All anybody can talk about, even think about, is corona virus, COVID 19, the novel disease that

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The President’s Diversity Values Stink 

The President’s Diversity Values Stink 

by | March 24, 2020

While there is no vaccine for COVID-19 we do have a vaccine for the ignorance of xenophobia. It

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Love in the Time of the Coronavirus

Love in the Time of the Coronavirus

by | March 23, 2020

The world is in a panic and chaos brews in the media and in the communities where we live. H

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What Will Happen to the Most Vulnerable Student Populations During the COVID-19 Public Health Crisis?

What Will Happen to the Most Vulnerable Student Populations During the COVID-19 Public Health Crisis?

by | March 12, 2020

Over the last few days, hundreds of colleges and universities have decided to encourage student

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Coronavirus Silver lining—Online Learning?

Coronavirus Silver lining—Online Learning?

by | March 11, 2020

Let’s face it. Learning isn’t about entering in engaged conversation while standing in toga

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When Inhumanity ‘Trumps’ a Fundamental Basic Need to Live and Learn

When Inhumanity ‘Trumps’ a Fundamental Basic Need to Live and Learn

by | March 7, 2020

Far too many families live in food deserts – low income communities, more than a mile from a

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Authorship: The Elephant in the Room

Authorship: The Elephant in the Room

by | March 4, 2020

When it comes to tenure-track faculty positions, and pursuing tenure altogether, there’s no d

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Redefining Access in Higher Education

Redefining Access in Higher Education

by | February 27, 2020

As colleges and universities become increasingly diverse in terms of their enrollment, they are

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“Spirit-Murdering in Academia”

“Spirit-Murdering in Academia”

by | February 26, 2020

Let me be clear. There is a long history of the ideas by women of color scholars being co-opted

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Coronavirus is Society’s Diversity Stress Test

Coronavirus is Society’s Diversity Stress Test

by | February 24, 2020

I was among the 19 million people watching last Wednesday’s Democratic debate in Nevada, the

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Supporting Black Students When They are Further Traumatized in School

Supporting Black Students When They are Further Traumatized in School

by | February 23, 2020

There is no question that student trauma is on the rise and some school professionals are part

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Institutionalizing Support for College Students Impacted by Foster Care

Institutionalizing Support for College Students Impacted by Foster Care

by | February 19, 2020

Despite the growing national media attention, shedding light on the precarious experiences of c

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The Success of the McNair Scholars Program

The Success of the McNair Scholars Program

by | February 13, 2020

If colleges and universities really want to diversify the professoriate, one immediate step the

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