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Scholars Disappointed But Not Surprised by Grand Jury Decision in Breonna Taylor Case

by | September 24, 2020 Scholars and academicians from across the nation found themselves disappointed, saddened but un 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

Calling Asian Americans to Action: Why We Can’t Stay Silent about Black Lives Matter

by Steffi Huynh | July 20, 2020
Black Lives Matter protests erupted across the United States this year, provoked by the killing [...] Read more

Sustaining Professional Development in the Midst of COVID

by Edward Pittman | July 16, 2020
Professional development initiatives that support employees are essential, particularly as we n [...] Read more

Law Deans Establish Call to Action Website to Address Racism in Higher Education

by | June 17, 2020
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, many Black women law deans stayed connected on Zoom and discu [...] Read more

Racism in Higher Education: Why HBCUs Are a Safe Choice in 2020

by Zachary C. Brown and Brandy M. Jones |
Colleges and universities across the nation are scrambling to address the Black Lives Matter pr [...] Read more

Now, More than Ever, America Needs More Black Male Social Studies Teachers

by Tina L. Fletcher | June 16, 2020
For Black students in America, having a same-race social studies teacher is extremely rare. Acc [...] 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

Pledging to Disrupt Systemic Racism in Higher Education Advocacy

by Kyle Southern |
I have sat uncomfortably on raised chairs during enough panels with only other White speakers. [...] Read more

No Justice, No Peace: How to Come to Terms with Your Own Anti-Blackness

by Claudia García-Louis & Nichole Margarita Garcia | June 11, 2020
Handcuffed, forcefully pinned down on the asphalt, backed by the heavy weight of a body, knee p [...] Read more

Summit Discusses Health and Safety Issues on College Campuses

by | June 3, 2020
College students' mental health and well being in a time of pandemic and their safety when new [...] Read more