Posts tagged: New York City - Diverse


David N. Dinkins, First and only Black NYC Mayor, Dead at 93

by | November 24, 2020 David Norman Dinkins, the first and only Black mayor of New York City, who sought to improve ra Read more

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 [...] Read more

Emory History Professor’s New Book Probes Black Youth, Criminal Justice

| August 23, 2019
Emory University assistant professor of history Dr. Carl Suddler puts the intersection of race, [...] Read more

Report Shows Varied Progress in Achieving Equality in NYC

by | December 28, 2018
A new report by the City University of New York (CUNY) highlights a complicated narrative about [...] Read more

Education Takes Center Stage at International Conference

by Lois Elfman | September 23, 2018
Educators and policy makers from around the globe gathered in New York over the weekend to disc [...] Read more

Asian Americans: Right to Be Angry at Harvard, Not African-Americans

by | June 20, 2018
People of all backgrounds become so angry about affirmative action that it is difficult to disc [...] Read more

NYC Men Initiative Diversifies Teacher Workforce

by | April 3, 2018
NYC Men Teach, a teacher recruitment and retention program under New York City’s Young Men’ [...] Read more

Scholars Find Solidarity at MLA Convention

by Lois Elfman | January 7, 2018
Invigorated by animated discussions about research, teaching, literature, linguistics and caree [...] Read more

Celebrated New York City Athlete Fatally Stabbed Hours After High School Graduation

by Colleen Long, The Associated Press | June 30, 2011
An argument over a celebratory high school graduation gift cost Isayah Muller his life: The 19- [...] Read more