Prof. Loretta J. Ross is combating cancel culture with a popular class at Smith College.
The justice understood that the two great principles of American democracy—equality and liberty—are not at odds, but rather integral to each other.
As a person who wants to be a good ally to your colleagues of color and members of underrepresented groups, how do you apologize after you’ve committed a microaggression? And what’s the best way to ensure that you do better in the future?
Over the course of June, BU Diversity & Inclusion hosted a series of virtual conversations that address broader societal impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. With the help of leading experts across multiple fields, our goal was to catalyze important new dialogue about inequities, challenges, and opportunities exposed by the virus. Mental Health and Race Social […]
The evening meal is usually a time for community, but this year, Muslims have to adapt.
There are better ways of doing social justice work.
Labels help us feel like we understand our world. They also are rarely well received from whoever we consider the ‘other.’… How do we break this us-versus-them mentality, especially these days? For that matter, do we want to break it or are we afraid to peel back these labels and see the person underneath?
Reflections from undergraduates of the social media era.
If giving thanks isn’t inherently religious, where does it come from?