Posts tagged: Barack Obama - Diverse
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Five Scaffolds to Working with Your Minority or Female Boss

by Patrice Rankine | October 30, 2019 Bias against women and minority bosses threatens the progress of projects and curtails the coll Read more

Superstar Mo’ne Davis ‘Just One of the Girls’ on Hampton’s Softball Team

by Roscoe Nance | September 25, 2019
Mo’ne Davis is perhaps the most unique college athlete ever. But at the same time the freshma [...] Read more

Start with How: Inhabiting our Public Roles for Effective Leadership

by Patrice Rankine |
In his best-selling, 2009 book on leadership, Start with Why, Simon Sinek offered that the best [...] Read more

Obama Gives Trump Sharp Rebuke in Mandela Address on Values

by Associated Press | July 17, 2018
JOHANNESBURG — Without ever mentioning President Donald Trump by name, former U.S. President [...] Read more

Trump’s Art of the Deal: Merge Education and Labor Departments?

by Gerard Robinson | July 14, 2018
The White House publicly released a report called "Delivering Government Solutions in the 21st [...] Read more

As American as Apple Pie

by | June 21, 2018
America isn’t divided by pundits and peddlers. It isn’t divided by vacuous political labels [...] Read more

Scholars, Health Care Professionals Call for End to Family Separations at Border

by | June 19, 2018
As images emerge of child immigrants being separated from their families at the border, scholar [...] Read more

For-Profit College Probes Fuel Rise in Consumer-Protection Sentiments

| May 23, 2018
Amid new efforts to reinvigorate lethargic federal investigations of for-profit colleges, some [...] Read more

How to Not Kill Our Sons

by | May 15, 2018
This is a call to action. Stop killing our sons, literally and metaphorically. Make a connectio [...] Read more

Pioneering Historian Mines Black Women’s History

by | March 6, 2018
As a young professor at Purdue University in the early 1970s, Dr. Darlene Clark Hine was confro [...] Read more

Coppin State Unveils Obama Bust

by Reginald Stuart | February 19, 2018
Coppin State University took another step this week toward linking its historical legacy with e [...] Read more

Art As Political Resistance

by | February 18, 2018
For many people, America feels heavy. Whether mounting political challenges or the general decl [...] Read more

Review: Volume Explores Diversity of Black Intellectual Thought

by Nyasha Junior | February 13, 2018
Black Americans are frequently regarded as a monolithic group that thinks, votes and worships t [...] Read more

North Carolina ‘Dreamers’ Volunteer, Mentor Young People

by Victoria Edwards | January 23, 2018
SANFORD, N.C. — After midnight one Saturday, Teresa Rivera and her mother, Juana Capcha, had [...] Read more

Cornel West Reflects on 25th Anniversary of Seminal Book ‘Race Matters’

by | January 21, 2018
An interview with Dr. Cornel West, professor of the practice of public philosophy at Harvard Di [...] Read more
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