Posts tagged: United Nations - Diverse

Education Takes Center Stage at International Conference

by Lois Elfman | September 23, 2018 Educators and policy makers from around the globe gathered in New York over the weekend to disc Read more

Remembering U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan

by Walter Hudson | August 20, 2018
Kofi Annan, who became the first U.N. secretary general from sub-Saharan Africa, rose through t [...] Read more

Professor Explores Dark Side of the Anti-Trafficking Movement

by Lois Elfman | May 8, 2018
A rising young academic, Dr. Elena Shih — assistant professor of American Studies and Ethnic [...] Read more

UN-Inspired Campus Project Challenges Bias, Promotes Social Justice

by Tory N. Parrish | March 29, 2018
Appalachian State University students are participating in a campus-wide Global Peacebuilding P [...] Read more

Writers of Color Tackle Human Rights

by Michael Jauchen | March 15, 2018
At first glance, making the argument that human rights are important seems unnecessary. Particu [...] Read more

Emerging Scholar Profile: Achiume Combats Intolerance Internationally

by Walter Hudson | January 24, 2018
Growing up, E. Tendayi Achiume wanted to be a physicist or an engineer, inspired by a high scho [...] Read more

Law Enforcement Violence for 2017 ‘Normalized’

by Roberto Rodriguez | July 9, 2017
Police abuse remains pandemic in this country with no signs of abating and with no signs of acc [...] Read more