Posts tagged: George Floyd - Diverse

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Scholars Respond to Chauvin Conviction

by | April 20, 2021 From coast to coast, scholars reacted with a sense of relief over the conviction of Derek Chauv Read more

Kansas State University Criticize University Responses to Racist Incidents

by | March 3, 2021
Students at Kansas State University are criticizing the school on its alleged failure to protec [...] Read more

George Floyd? Get to Know Angelo Quinto’s Story

by | March 1, 2021
If you haven’t heard, there was another George Floyd incident in America. You know, a policem [...] Read more

Institutions Make Curricular Changes in Response To Black Lives Matter Flashpoint

by | February 19, 2021
After the death of George Floyd last summer and the increase in protests against anti-Black vio [...] Read more

Declines in Community College Enrollment Among Blacks Will Have Long-Term Consequences

by Henry Shannon | February 8, 2021
Community colleges throughout the U.S. have experienced dramatic decreases in enrollment among [...] Read more

Time for Anti-Racism: A Way Forward for America and Higher Education

by Patrice Rankine | January 21, 2021
 Anti-racism seems to have found its moment, although Classical Studies in specific has some h [...] Read more

Learning Critical Empathy: A Lesson From Journalism

by Patrice Rankine | November 4, 2020
We can never know what it was like to be George Floyd, but the reward for trying is that we cul [...] Read more

Liberal Arts for the Current Times

by Patrice Rankine | October 22, 2020
A lifetime of events has occurred in the span of less than a year: COVID-19 declared a global p [...] Read more

UT President Forms Committee to Address Controversy Surrounding Alma Mater

by | October 7, 2020
The University of Texas President, Jay Hartzell, unveiled a plan to address the racist history [...] Read more

Californians to Vote on Racial, Gender Preference Programs

by | October 2, 2020
California is voting on whether to allow affirmative action in public hiring, contracting and c [...] Read more

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

College Students Among Justice Advocates in D.C. for Historic March

by | August 30, 2020
More than 200,000 people rallied on Friday at the Lincoln Memorial on the 57th anniversary of t [...] 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

Denying that Racism Exists is Not Only Delusional . . . it’s Racist

by Jeremy C. McCool | August 7, 2020
While the public execution of George Floyd is beyond tragic, it is imperative to note that the [...] Read more

The Murder of George Floyd Serves as a Defining Moment in U.S. History

by Cornelius Gilbert | August 5, 2020
The murder of George Floyd by the Minneapolis Police Department on May 25th shook America to he [...] Read more
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