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“What Do You Call a Black Man with a Ph.D.?”

by Daniel Jean | August 10, 2020 Malcolm X once famously asked, “What do you call a Black man with a PhD?” Years before I ea Read more

Denying that Racism Exists is Not Only Delusional . . . it’s Racist

by Jeremy C. McCool | August 7, 2020
While the public execution of George Floyd is beyond tragic, it is imperative to note that the [...] Read more

Supreme Court Rules That Federal Law Protects LGBTQ Workers From Discrimination

by | June 15, 2020
The Supreme Court ruled on Monday that federal law protects LGBTQ workers from discrimination. [...] Read more

Universities Plan Fall Initiatives to Address Systemic Racism and Police Brutality

by | June 12, 2020
As protests continue across the nation after the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and oth [...] Read more

It’s Time for Higher Education Institutions to Stop Ignoring Protests Against Systemic Police Violence

by Brandon C. M. Allen | June 9, 2020
As higher education institutions often pride themselves on being “welcoming for all”, it is [...] Read more

COVID-19 Reveals Viral Discrimination, Higher Ed Should Pay Attention

by Judy Rohrer | May 26, 2020
People are still saying “the virus doesn’t discriminate,” in spite of all the evidence to [...] Read more

Campus Pride and PFLAG Host a Virtual Lavender Graduation Ceremony

by | May 24, 2020
Members of the class of 2020, their families as well as faculty and staff from colleges and uni [...] Read more

Racists Can Be Nice — But Dangerous

by | April 20, 2020
I have a hypothesis about bigotry. My colleagues in the civil rights movement might not like it [...] Read more

SFSU Asian American Studies Chair Documents Trump’s “Chinese Virus” Hate

by | April 6, 2020
From March 20- April 1, Dr. Russell Jeung and community activists set up a “Stop-AAPI-Hate” [...] Read more

Crafting Our Political Self: A Powerful Antidote to Intolerance

by Patrice Rankine | February 25, 2020
It is difficult and counterintuitive to ask questions about the self when we have been attacked [...] Read more

2020 Vision: The Importance of Focusing on Accompliceship in the New Decade

by Tai Harden-Moore | February 6, 2020
Over the years, organizations have sought to address, bias, discrimination and racism in the wo [...] Read more

Study on Black Youth and Racism Should Alarm Us All and Push Us to Action

by Donna Y. Ford | January 2, 2020
On the last day of 2019, I had to purge and get my thoughts out by writing on what is the most [...] Read more

University of California Regents Sued Over Use of SAT, ACT Scores in Admissions

by | December 10, 2019
The University of California Board of Regents faces lawsuits from four students, six nonprofits [...] Read more

Free College Education Talk Is Cheap, Invest Now to Diversify and Secure the Future of Elite Colleges

by Susan Poser | October 29, 2019
Some of the Democratic candidates for president spend a lot of time talking about free college [...] Read more

College of Saint Rose Receives Donation to Train Educators

by | October 17, 2019
The College of Saint Rose Thelma P. Lally School of Education recently received a $1.1 million [...] Read more
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