“If Kyle Rittenhouse had been Black, would he have even survived that night?” asks LAW Dean Angela Onwuachi-Willig
For this BU Diversity & Inclusion (BU D&I) Learn More Series keynote speaker event, performance artist and comedian Kristina Wong uses humor to make smart social statements about the sometimes subtle, sometimes obvious ways that race, mental health, and gender play out in America today. She performed an abridged piece from her show “Wong Flew […]
Learn More Series: History of Treatment of Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities with Dr. Michael Wehmeyer
For this Learn More Series keynote speaker event, Dr. Michael L. Wehmeyer joins us from The University of Kansas Department of Special Education to give a longitudinal view of the history of the treatment of people with intellectual disabilities. This event was originally hosted via Zoom on Tuesday, October 12, 2021. Dr. Wehmeyer was introduced by Oscar […]
According to Michael L. Wehmeyer, University of Kansas Ross and Marianna Beach Distinguished Professor and chair of special education and an expert on education and supporting youth and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, the fight to create support systems, accommodations, and self-advocacy for such people has changed significantly from the 1800s to today.
BU Today: “2021 Diversity & Inclusion’s Learn More Series Focuses on Disability and Impact of Ableism”
Thanks to the lifelong advocacy work of Judith Heumann, standards of accessibility, and the civil rights of any person who is or will become disabled, are protected under US federal law.
Why America’s Colleges Have Always Been Unequal — and How to Set Them Right
“Race Manners” is a monthly advice column that helps readers resolve personal dilemmas involving race, culture and identity.
The New York Times: “We Disagree on a Lot of Things. Except the Danger of Anti-Critical Race Theory Laws.”
What is the purpose of a liberal education? This is the question at the heart of a bitter debate that has been roiling the nation for months.
Monday’s order denying review in the case means Gavin Grimm’s victory in the lower courts remains intact.
A conversation with Asian American scholars on the work of increasing visibility and advancing justice for Asian Americans and the role of allyship in this work. Speakers included: Aaron James Parayno- Tufts University Takeo Rivera- Boston University Janelle Wong- University of Maryland, College Park