As Calls for Social Justice Persist, UNLV Researchers Advocate for Multicultural Education

SOURCE As Calls for Social Justice Persist, UNLV Researchers Advocate for Multicultural Education College of Education professors Christine Clark and Norma A. Marrun reactivate center, examine absence of Ethnic Studies…

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Racial Justice Conflict: How “Historical” Racial Symbols Shape Perception, Practices, and Policy

SOURCE by Judy RashidSeptember 2020 INTRODUCTION As the world continues to grapple with racial injustice and unrest as masses of people from all ethnicities protest in the streets , this article…

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You Asked, I Answered: 7 Difficult Questions About Racism

SOURCE by Shola Richards Courtesy of Shola Richards Recently, I posted an article titled, Why I Will Never Walk Alone, and I have been blown away by the incredibly kind and heartwarming…

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Revealing the Unwritten Obstacles Faced by Academics of Color

How Dr. Patricia Matthew is Bringing Exclusionary Practices into the Light By Lakshmi Ramgopal May 9, 2017 Source: https://lithub.com/revealing-the-unwritten-obstacles-faced-by-academics-of-color/ In 1849, Charles L. Reason became the first Black scholar to teach at…

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