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“If Kyle Rittenhouse had been Black, would he have even survived that night?” asks LAW Dean Angela Onwuachi-Willig
BU Today: POV, Higher Ed Institutions Would Benefit from Hiring More Faculty and Staff with Disabilities
“As a person with a disability, this course was the first time I felt like I belonged in academia. I’ve... More
This year’s 25 winners include Ibram X. Kendi, who wrote “How to Be an Antiracist,” the poet Hanif Abdurraqib and... More
BU Today: “Meet Debbie Bazarsky, Inaugural Director of BU’s New LGBTQIA+ Center for Faculty & Staff”
Center’s programming, services, and events will bring together LGBTQIA+ colleagues from across the University
How San Diego State University has increased its Black faculty members by 12 since the summer of George Floyd protests.
A bill supported by Democrats and Republicans would eliminate the costs and burdens that students with disabilities face in accessing... More
Federal appeals court says blind students have broad right to sue Los Angeles Community College District.
Ipsos: “All Americans see the value of higher education, but race continues to be a partisan flashpoint”
New Axios-Ipsos Hard Truths poll finds that American attitudes towards higher education are remarkably similar until race gets mentioned
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.