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Remorse and the College Admission Scandal’s Stiffest Penalty to Date

Remorse and the College Admission Scandal’s Stiffest Penalty to Date

by | February 11, 2020

Douglas Hodge, is the former CEO of Pimco, a company you might know about if you pay attention

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Social-Emotional Learning for Black Students is Ineffective When it is Culture-Blind

Social-Emotional Learning for Black Students is Ineffective When it is Culture-Blind

by | February 6, 2020

Educational professionals ill-prepared to work in culturally relevant ways with students of col

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When They Say: “Implicit Bias Trainings Don’t Work”

When They Say: “Implicit Bias Trainings Don’t Work”

by | February 4, 2020

Let me be clear: Of course, a well-designed and well-implemented implicit bias training works

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Thankful to the Brotherhood

Thankful to the Brotherhood

by | January 31, 2020

As a Ph.D. candidate expecting to graduate this semester, I have found myself constantly reflec

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Maybe UC Needs an Adjunct President?

Maybe UC Needs an Adjunct President?

by | January 28, 2020

The University of California is looking for a new president. UC is hosting town halls around th

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Academia in 20/20 Vision

Academia in 20/20 Vision

by | January 27, 2020

How we hold ourselves in academia contributes to our own character development as scholar-pract

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Racial Discrimination Continues to Deny Access to Gifted Education for Black Students: A Few Reality Checks

Racial Discrimination Continues to Deny Access to Gifted Education for Black Students: A Few Reality Checks

by | January 26, 2020

A new report indicates that Black students do not have access to advanced courses. For some rea

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Beware the Racist Who Claims to Be “Rational”

Beware the Racist Who Claims to Be “Rational”

by | January 21, 2020

Among the most dangerous arguments for racial profiling are the most rational. They are persuas

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Un-Civil Rights: America’s Fear of Diversity in 2020

Un-Civil Rights: America’s Fear of Diversity in 2020

by | January 12, 2020

Have the war protests started? Are your students beginning to wonder about military service and

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Michigan Jury Sides With UM Over Professors of Color

Michigan Jury Sides With UM Over Professors of Color

by | December 30, 2019

Is it a level playing field for professors of color in academia? Here’s a story that broke be

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The Price of Engagement

The Price of Engagement

by | December 18, 2019

One aspect of being a graduate student that I will truly miss are the discounted membership and

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How Should Asian Americans Respond to Asian Racism?

How Should Asian Americans Respond to Asian Racism?

by | December 16, 2019

Asian racism is an especially touchy subject for Asian Americans. For every effort to denounce

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Impeachment Pattern: Diversity vs. The White Men

Impeachment Pattern: Diversity vs. The White Men

by | December 15, 2019

The biggest news of the day in our country — no matter what your individual concerns or endea

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Stop Using Asian Americans to Defend Against Disparities, Then Rejecting Them as Non-Diverse

Stop Using Asian Americans to Defend Against Disparities, Then Rejecting Them as Non-Diverse

by | December 4, 2019

Asian Americans are ambiguous in civil rights. Perhaps Asian Americans themselves are ambivalen

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Trump Backs Protesting Students….In China

Trump Backs Protesting Students….In China

by | December 3, 2019

The protests that delayed this year’s Harvard-Yale game were enough to break some news the we

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