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Rutgers Receives $15M Grant to Establish Global Racial Justice Institute

by | September 24, 2020 Rutgers University has been awarded a five-year $15 million grant by The Andrew W. Mellon Found Read more

Black Students Must Experience Black Life Outside of the U.S.

by Devin Walker | September 23, 2020
When I reflect on the Black Lives Matter movement and the many viral images that have galvanize [...] Read more

Department of Education Will Investigate Princeton for “Admitted Racism”

by | September 18, 2020
The U.S. Department of Education announced it was investigating Princeton University for “lap [...] Read more

Legacy of Community College Professor Continues Through Scholarship

by | September 17, 2020
With a plan to pursue a postsecondary degree, Frederick Kakumba left Uganda in 1964 to come to [...] Read more

White Professor of African Studies Confesses to Having Lied About Being Black For Years

by | September 4, 2020
An African and Latin American studies professor at George Washington University recently reveal [...] Read more

U of Minnesota Duluth Faculty Outline Ways School Can Address ‘Deep-Rooted Structures of Racism’

by | September 3, 2020
A group of faculty at the University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) wrote to leaders of the universi [...] Read more

How Institutions Can Better Respond to Campus Hate Crimes

by Cameron Jesse Cox | September 2, 2020
As we gear up for what is likely to be the most challenging, start of the academic year we’ve [...] Read more

Representation is Power: Why Exploring What Black Children Watch Matters

by Jeremy C. McCool and Tamara N. Moten | August 27, 2020
With streaming platforms such as Disney+, Netflix, and Hulu rising, children have access to car [...] Read more

New Guidelines Aim to Break Down Racial and Gender Disparities in Education for Young Girls of Color

by | August 26, 2020
The Education Trust and the National Women’s Law Center (NWLC) released a guide recommending [...] Read more

George Floyd’s Death Has Revived Renaming Efforts as Institutions Reckon With Legacies of Racism

by Pearl Stewart | August 23, 2020
Pervasive demands for social justice following the death of George Floyd in police custody have [...] Read more

Underrepresented In Faculty Jobs: Part of the Problem is Racism Against Black Faculty and Students

by Nathan Hardy | August 19, 2020
Recent protests have raised awareness of how racial discrimination has caused Blacks to be unde [...] Read more

Are HBCUs Ready for an Increase in Enrollment?

by Janelle Williams & Kellie Dixon | August 17, 2020
Since 2016, about 40 of the Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) in the nation [...] Read more

Virtual Book Club Puts Focus on Implicit Bias

by | August 10, 2020
To understand individual prejudice, the University of Houston-Downtown (UHD) has developed a vi [...] Read more

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

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

Online Anti-Oppressive Orientation During COVID-19

by Kimberly A. Truong and Kay Martinez | August 3, 2020
With the COVID-19 pandemic shutting down physical college campuses in the spring, many institut [...] Read more
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