Posts tagged: Mass incarceration - Diverse


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

Princeton U Faculty: Acknowledge That Racism Thrives on Campus

| July 7, 2020
More than 200 Princeton University faculty members have sent a letter to the institution’s le [...] Read more

Harris-Stowe President Selected as 2019 Eisenhower Fellow

by | April 26, 2019
Harris-Stowe State University announced that its president, Dr. Dwaun J. Warmack, is one of 13 [...] Read more

How Should College Leaders Respond to Campus Protests?

by Jamie Rogers | November 1, 2018
The way university presidents and their administrations respond to student protesters have come [...] Read more

Group Addresses Incarceration Among Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders

by Lydia Lum | May 1, 2018
Contrary to the stereotype of Asians as the model minority in America, mass incarceration of As [...] Read more

From Pain to Power

by | April 12, 2018
Over time, we’ve witnessed a concerted effort to denounce the undeniable racial disparities r [...] Read more

Mellon Foundation Selects Renowned Poet and Scholar as President

by Pearl Stewart | February 8, 2018
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, which supports humanities, culture and the arts in higher educ [...] Read more

Emerging Scholar Profile: Washington Explores Effects of Incarceration Through Sociology Lens

by | February 7, 2018
When Dr. Heather M. Washington began studying mass incarceration’s effects on families and ch [...] Read more

Experts Highlight Higher Ed’s Impact on Criminal Justice Reform

by Joseph Hong | August 28, 2017
During this politically tumultuous time, the governance studies program at the Brookings Instit [...] Read more