Posts tagged: Criminology - Diverse


Are Minority Football Players Being Pushed Into Pointless Majors?

by Lois Elfman | February 23, 2009
Paper raises “clustering” question, but critics dismiss it as too superficial. [...] Read more

Mother, Daughter Graduate From Jackson State Together

by Black College Wire | May 21, 2008
Usually the graduate’s mother would be sitting in the stands beaming with pride and congratul [...] Read more

New Reports Illustrate Racial Disparities in Criminal Justice System

by Michelle J. Nealy | May 9, 2008
Marking the 35th anniversary of New York’s controversial Rockefeller drug laws, the tough man [...] Read more

BLACK MEN – Left out and locked up

by Michele J. Nealy | February 7, 2008
There are an estimated 1.5 million Black men in prison and another 3.5 million on probation. [...] Read more

From a Georgia Jail Cell To A Morehouse Classroom

by Add Seymour Jr. | January 10, 2008
A year ago, Genarlow Wilson was in a Georgia prison because of a conviction that prompted natio [...] Read more

Duke’s New Wrongful Convictions Clinic Takes Shape

by Marlon A. Walker | November 29, 2007
DURHAM, N.C. James E. Coleman Jr., a professor and associate dean at Duke University’s School [...] Read more

CU-Boulder Set to Begin Requiring Background Checks of All New Hires

by Associated Press | November 20, 2007
BOULDER Colo. The University of Colorado plans to make background checks a part of all hires a [...] Read more

Prioritizing Education Over the Penal System

by Tracie Powell | November 1, 2007
Some scholars argue that the United States needs to shift investments to break the cradle-to-pr [...] Read more

Prioritizing Education Over the Penal System

by Tracie Powell | October 30, 2007
Some scholars argue that the United States needs to shift investments to break the cradle-to-pr [...] Read more

HBCU Students Push National Petition To Oust Jena Prosecutor

by Add Seymour Jr. | October 23, 2007
A group of Atlanta University Center students are enlisting college students from across the co [...] Read more

Ellen Chaffee says she’s leaving as Valley City State University president

by Associated Press | September 24, 2007
BISMARCK N.D. The president of Valley City State University says she's stepping down in June. [...] Read more

Duke to Establish Justice Center For Wrongly Convicted

by Associated Press | September 21, 2007
DURHAM, N.C. In the wake of the now-debunked rape case against three lacrosse players, Duke Un [...] Read more

After lacrosse case, Duke to establish justice center; will investigate claims of innocence

by Associated press | September 20, 2007
DURHAM N.C. University will establish a center devoted to justice and training lawyers to figh [...] Read more

New Law Means FBI Checks for More College Students

by Associated Press | July 17, 2007
GRAND FORKS, N.D. A new law that gives the North Dakota University System wide-ranging authori [...] Read more

New Law Means FBI Checks for More College Students

by Associated Press | July 16, 2007
GRAND FORKS N.D. A new law that gives the North Dakota University System wide-ranging authorit [...] Read more