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The Revolutionary Lives of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr. Revisited in ‘The Sword and The Shield’

by | July 6, 2020

As the nation witnesses around-the-clock Black Lives Matter protests, Dr. Peniel E. Joseph’s

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How “Different” Will Post-COVID Higher Education Be, Especially for “At-Risk” Students?

How “Different” Will Post-COVID Higher Education Be, Especially for “At-Risk” Students?

by | July 1, 2020

How are institutions preparing to deal with access to technology issues? While I can imagine ma

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How and Where We Exit: Seven Propositions on Black Positionalities in the Pandemics Era

How and Where We Exit: Seven Propositions on Black Positionalities in the Pandemics Era

by | June 30, 2020

The world has tried to recalibrate after the seismic shift that the COVID-19 pandemic has exact

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The Peculiar Tenure Denial of Dr. Paul Harris

The Peculiar Tenure Denial of Dr. Paul Harris

by | June 23, 2020

Just as activists flooded cities across the nation chanting “Black Lives Matter” to express

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Our Children are Watching: Teachers, What are Your Non-Verbal Messages Saying to Our Black Students?

Our Children are Watching: Teachers, What are Your Non-Verbal Messages Saying to Our Black Students?

by | June 21, 2020

Due to racial injustices – profiling in society and in schools – Black caregivers are oblig

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Do We All Look Alike?

Do We All Look Alike?

by | June 2, 2020

“You all look alike,” is what people told me when I was a kid growing up. As an Asian Ameri

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Honoring an Equity-Minded Pioneer

Honoring an Equity-Minded Pioneer

by | June 1, 2020

On Monday, Dr. Estela Bensimon—arguably one of the nation’s most prominent and prolific edu

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Reflections on “Failing” at the Academic Market

Reflections on “Failing” at the Academic Market

by | May 26, 2020

I knew that securing a tenure-track position was going to be unlikely. I already made up my min

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The Allure of Assimilation

The Allure of Assimilation

by | May 5, 2020

I know ethnic nationalists. We all do. Some of them are unassuming in the sense of being modest

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Students, Schools Seek Answers in Era of Pandemic U.

Students, Schools Seek Answers in Era of Pandemic U.

by | May 4, 2020

We’ve crept into May, which is coincidentally Asian Pacific American Heritage Month on the di

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With the Fire on High: The Writing Process in COVID-19

With the Fire on High: The Writing Process in COVID-19

by | May 2, 2020

For me to be productive as a woman of color in academia, my writing needs to be driven by a con

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College Teaching During the COVID-19 Outbreak

College Teaching During the COVID-19 Outbreak

by | April 30, 2020

As COVID-19 has spread across the United States, various sectors of American life have had to t

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Asian Americans are Not the “Model Minority”

Asian Americans are Not the “Model Minority”

by | April 27, 2020

Asian Americans are wrongly assumed to be doing well, uniformly and virtually without exception

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To Help Narrow Achievement Gaps During and After COVID-19, Families Must Promote Rigor and Relevance at Home

To Help Narrow Achievement Gaps During and After COVID-19, Families Must Promote Rigor and Relevance at Home

by | April 26, 2020

Who knows how long schools will be closed, but every day counts when it comes to addressing aca

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Maintaining Hope Despite the Uncertain Ending of My Doctoral Journey

Maintaining Hope Despite the Uncertain Ending of My Doctoral Journey

by | April 23, 2020

As I come to terms with our current reality under the COVID-19 pandemic, I can’t shake the fe

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