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Meet Kimberlé Crenshaw, a Dr. John Hope Franklin Award Recipient

by Pearl Stewart | April 7, 2020 Dr. Crenshaw famously coined the term “intersectionality” in 1989 to describe how race, gen Read more

2020 Emerging Scholars: Dr. Donald ‘DJ’ Mitchell Jr.

by | January 24, 2020
When it comes to researching issues about diversity, equity and inclusion in higher education, [...] Read more

What Beyoncé Can Teach Us About Race, Identity and Social Justice

by Lynn Hampton | July 11, 2019
In higher education, we talk a lot about diversity, but all too often students, faculty and sta [...] Read more

Ignoring Race and Privilege: How The College Board’s SAT Adversity Score Missed the Mark

by Ivory A. Toldson and Donna Y. Ford | June 11, 2019
Adverse experiences and social privilege are both life circumstances that can alter a test-take [...] Read more

‘Mascu’sectionality: Theorizing an Alternative Framework for Black Males

by | January 15, 2019
The theorizing and theoretical frameworks speaking to the male experience, particularly the Bla [...] Read more

How Researchers of Color are Left out of the Gun Violence Conversation in Media and Academia

by Joseph Richardson Jr. | December 20, 2018
Although the frequency of mass shootings has increased, and the constant media coverage makes i [...] Read more

He Said, He Said: Black Male Cross-Generational Conversations on Black Masculinity, Resources, Family Influence and Career and Future Success

by | November 6, 2018
This blog (Part 2), is the second installment of the He Said, He Said discussion that we initia [...] Read more

Feminism, Womanism and Election 2018

by | October 12, 2018
As we stand a month away from the midterm elections, we do so as a record number of women of co [...] Read more

Study: No Clear Definition On Who is a First-Generation Student

| October 3, 2018
Higher education institutions have made strides in identifying and assisting first-generation s [...] 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