Posts tagged: Privilege - Diverse


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Searching for Joy in Struggle

by Kyle Southern | October 22, 2020 In January 2014, I found myself sitting among a small group of fellow graduate students at the Read more

Am I Too Diverse for Academia?

by Melissa Callaghan |
When I turned 7 years old, my friends found it rather strange that my family cooked a pig under [...] Read more

On Who Matters – and Who Doesn’t – in Higher Education

by | August 24, 2020
As COVID-19 continues to devastate communities across the U.S., colleges and universities must [...] 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

A Work of Heart: Practicing Critical Compassionate Pedagogy in the Face of Adversity​

by Raquel Wright-Mair | July 17, 2020
As a faculty member, my biggest concern was the online (re)creation of a deeply engaged and ric [...] Read more

‘Dramatic Change Will Require Leadership.’ A Message to the Next Generation of Leaders

by Thad Williamson | July 7, 2020
This summer we have all been living and learning through an unprecedented crisis: literally the [...] Read more

How “Different” Will Post-COVID Higher Education Be, Especially for “At-Risk” Students?

by | July 1, 2020
How are institutions preparing to deal with access to technology issues? While I can imagine ma [...] 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

Open Letter to Fortune 1000 CEOs and Corporate Boards

by James L. Moore III |
As our nation reels from the death of George Floyd and countless others, youthful protestors of [...] 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

The Weaponry of Whiteness, Entitlement, and Privilege

by Tammy E. Smithers and Doug Franklin | June 1, 2020
Today, in 2020, African-Americans are sick and tired of not being able to live. African America [...] Read more

The Allure of Assimilation

by | May 5, 2020
I know ethnic nationalists. We all do. Some of them are unassuming in the sense of being modest [...] Read more

Coronavirus Is Not a “Chinese Virus”

by | March 25, 2020
All anybody can talk about, even think about, is corona virus, COVID 19, the novel disease that [...] Read more

The Dangers of Interjecting White Narratives in Higher Education Hiring

by Frederick V. Engram Jr. | December 10, 2019
I come before you today with a new lesson. That lesson is recognizing the dangers of interjecti [...] Read more

Report: An SAT-Only Admissions Process Would Make Colleges Less Diverse

by Pearl Stewart | June 24, 2019
If America’s top 200 colleges admitted applicants based on their SAT scores alone, more than [...] Read more
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