Posts tagged: Race - Diverse


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An Executive Order, an Outcry and an Opening

by Brendan H. O’Connor and Vanessa Anthony-Stevens | January 8, 2021 With everything that has happened since September 22, it would not be a surprise if you missed Read more

2020 Dr. John Hope Franklin Awardees Recognized by Diverse

by | November 16, 2020
Diverse: Issues In Higher Education held its annual Dr. John Hope Franklin award ceremony virtu [...] Read more

Is Mispronouncing Kamala Harris’ Name a Jab at Her Citizenship and Heritage?

by Anne C. Bailey | November 10, 2020
When Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris was first picked by Joe Biden to be his running mate, f [...] Read more

Study Finds Connection Between Public Community College Promise Programs and Enrollment Increases

by | October 25, 2020
A new study funded by the American Educational Research Association found a correlation between [...] Read more

Former Millersville University Dean Files Civil rights Lawsuit Against School

by | October 15, 2020
A former Millersville University dean, Dr. Charity Welch, is pursuing a civil rights lawsuit ag [...] Read more

Policy Brief Highlights Proposition 209 Impact on California Community Colleges

by | October 5, 2020
Education Trust-West released a new policy brief highlighting the impact of Proposition 209, a [...] Read more

‘Dramatic Change Will Require Leadership.’ A Message to the Next Generation of Leaders

by Thad Williamson | July 7, 2020
This summer we have all been living and learning through an unprecedented crisis: literally the [...] Read more

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 [...] Read more

Another University Professor in the Spotlight for ‘Vile’ Comments on Minorities

| June 8, 2020
Two petitions to fire University of North Carolina Wilmington professor Mike Adams for his infl [...] Read more

A Battle for the Soul of Our Nation

by Thomas Parham | June 4, 2020
Minneapolis, Minnesota, is a long way from Brunswick, Georgia and Louisville, Kentucky. Yet the [...] Read more

American University Starts a New Race, Gender and Culture Studies Department

| May 29, 2020
American University will launch a new Department of Critical Race, Gender, and Culture Studies [...] 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

Judge Dismisses Anti-Affirmative Action Lawsuit Against NYU Law Review

| April 1, 2020
A U.S. District Judge has dismissed a lawsuit by an anti-affirmative action group that accused [...] Read more

Pitt’s School of Education’s Department-Wide Book Club Discusses Racial Inequity in Education

by | March 22, 2020
At the University of Pittsburgh (Pitt), the School of Education has adopted a mission-vision of [...] Read more

2020 Emerging Scholars: Dr. Donald ‘DJ’ Mitchell Jr.

by | January 24, 2020
When it comes to researching issues about diversity, equity and inclusion in higher education, [...] Read more
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