Posts tagged: Bias - Diverse

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Say Their Names, But Not the N-Word

by Douglas M. Haynes | September 30, 2020 The current reckoning about anti-Blackness in the United States is exposing the limits of solid 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

Stanford Graduate School of Business Releases Action Plan to Address Racial Inequity and Bias

by | August 20, 2020
The Stanford Graduate School of Business has launched an action plan to address racial inequity [...] Read more

North Carolina Community Colleges Begin Bias Training for Law Enforcement

by | August 4, 2020
With the goal of providing law enforcement training to all 100 counties in the state, the North [...] Read more

On Social Justice, Black Lives Matter and the Power of Prayer

by Bryant Keith Alexander | June 17, 2020
As a Black Man in America I pray that God Bless the “Black Lives Matter” movement for its c [...] Read more

Black Scientists Applying for NIH Grants Consistently Receive Lower Scores, Says Study

by B. Denise Hawkins | June 16, 2020
A new scoring approach introduced in 2009 was supposed to diminish bias during the National Ins [...] 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

Three-Fold Increase in Bias Incidents at Colorado State U in 2018-2019

| March 30, 2020
Colorado State University (CSU) has experienced a three-fold increase in reports of bias, accor [...] Read more

The President’s Diversity Values Stink 

by | March 24, 2020
While there is no vaccine for COVID-19 we do have a vaccine for the ignorance of xenophobia. It [...] 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

Black Student Assaulted, Called N-Word by Two White Students on UA’s Campus

by | September 17, 2019
Two White University of Arizona (UA) students were arrested after assaulting a Black student on [...] Read more

My Failure to Call Out Bias

by | September 13, 2019
I am compelled to confess my complicity in bias. As much as I might suspect that I have been af [...] Read more

Report: Education is Key Factor in Gender Bias Among Women in Politics

by | April 17, 2019
As campaign season for the 2020 presidency begins with more women competing for the nomination [...] Read more

Resistance Strategies for Black Graduate Students in Higher Education

by Ulyssa Hester | April 4, 2019
Being a Black woman at a predominantly White institution (PWI), I experience simultaneously rac [...] Read more
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