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Former Participants Express Concerns with Google’s Pipeline Program for Black College...

Former participants in Google’s Howard West program say the pipeline initiative meant to increase the number of Black students in tech was riddled with...

Microaggressions: The Hidden Retention Killer

While Black people comprise about 13 percent of the national population, a recent report from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) shows that...

Women in Medicine Report Higher Prevalence of Microaggressions than Men, Study...

Research published last fall in the journal Academic Medicine indicates that women doctors report experiencing microaggressions at much higher rates than male doctors do....

Addressing Microaggressions in the Classroom to Improve Learning Outcomes

As a chief diversity officer (CDO), I often hear from students their concerns when they feel that a microaggression has been directed at them...

Racism Affects Students’ Academic Performance at James Madison College, Study Shows

W.E.B. DuBois Student Society, an organization for African American students at James Madison College (JMC), recently conducted a study revealing that 59 percent of...

San Marcos Students Look Beyond the Stereotype

A poster campaign at California State University San Marcos (CSUSM) using images to speak out against racial and cultural appropriation sent a powerful message...