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Race in the COVID Era, June 8, 2020

As COVID-19 has swept across the United States, it has unmasked and amplified existing racial inequities.  Rampant fear and misinformation has provoked a wave of discrimination, harassment, and hate targeting those of Chinese and Asian descent.  The disease has also…

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Asian Americans, racism, and antiracism in the COVID Era TONIGHT 5/14, 8:30 pm ET

At once “model minorities” and “perpetual foreigners,” Asian Americans communities have long occupied an uncertain status in the landscape of race and racial justice in the US. The xenophobic framing of COVID crisis at the highest levels of US public…

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This Is What Racism Sounds Like in the Banking Industry

Racism in banking can be seen in the treatment of employees and customers.  “Leading banks have recently paid restitution to black employees for isolating them from white peers, placing them in the poorest branches and cutting them off from career…

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Fifty years after the ‘Black 14’ were banished, Wyoming football reckons with the past

The University of Wyoming honored the fourteen members of the football team who were abruptly dismissed in 1969.  The players came to a meeting to ask their coach permission to wear armbands during their game against Brigham Young University in…

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“Pushout: the Criminalization of Black Girls in School,” Screening and Panel Discussion, November 20, 2019

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