Posts tagged: Justice - Diverse


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From DEI to JEDI

by Kimberly A. Truong and Kay Martinez | April 9, 2021 Is the acronym Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) outdated? After a summer of uprisings fo Read more

If the Storm Keeps Raging

by Dereck J. Rovaris Sr. | September 17, 2020
“Though the storms keep on raging in my life; And sometimes it’s hard to tell the night fro [...] Read more

New Report Explores Recruitment and Retention for Academic Couples of Color

by | August 11, 2020
For his dissertation, Dr. Daniel Blake originally planned to focus on interventions for first-g [...] Read more

10 Concrete Policy Changes PWIs Can Enact to Show Black Lives Matter

by Sydney Freeman, Jr. | June 25, 2020
As senior leaders prepare for the fall semester, I would like to provide 10 concrete policies a [...] Read more

This Coach Wants the NCAA to Make Election Day a Mandatory Day Off for Athletes

by | June 12, 2020
The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) should make Election Day a mandatory day of [...] 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

A Battle for the Soul of Our Nation

by Thomas Parham | June 4, 2020
Minneapolis, Minnesota, is a long way from Brunswick, Georgia and Louisville, Kentucky. Yet the [...] Read more

A Letter to George Floyd

by Chris Gilmer | June 2, 2020
I do not know at a biological or emotional level what it is like to be Black. White privilege w [...] Read more

Maryland Expands Definition of Hate Crime In Honor of Slain Black Student

by | March 18, 2020
The Maryland General Assembly passed a bill Monday that would expand the definition of what a h [...] Read more

You Know Cesar Chavez—How About Larry Itliong?

by | October 21, 2019
I call Larry Itliong a classic  H.O.,  as in “historical omission.”If you talk about the [...] Read more

Report: HBCUs Produce More Upwardly Mobile Graduates than PWIs

by Lois Elfman | October 1, 2019
A new report presents data indicating that more students experience upward economic mobility at [...] Read more