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BU Today: Prof. Copeland Leads Antiracist Curricula Fellowship Program for BU Faculty

In an article looking inside Boston University’s new Antiracism Curricula Fellowship Program, BU Today spoke with program lead Phillipe Copeland, PhD, a clinical associate professor at Boston University School of Social Work (BUSSW) and assistant director of narrative for the BU Center for Antiracist Research. Excerpt from “New Fellowship Program Aims... More

Medical News Today: Prof. Miller on Food Insufficiency & Cognitive Decline

In an article by Medical News Today, Daniel P. Miller, an associate professor at Boston University School of Social Work (BUSSW), weighs in on a recent study about the relationship between food insufficiency and cognitive decline among older adults. The study found that food insufficiency among older adults was linked to... More

Word in Black: Prof. Copeland Discusses Race Bending & White Replacement Theory

As more entertainment programs cast actors of color in roles that were previously white-depicted fictional characters, a practice commonly known as “race bending,” debate has grown around whether this practice is anti-white. BU School of Social Work Prof. Phillipe Copeland wrote an op-ed for Word in Black explaining the ties... More