It’s Time to Look at Race Again

April 11th, 2021|

It’s been 24 years since the federal government looked at the racial classifications used by agencies like the U. S. Census Bureau. Whatever the government decides trickles down to businesses, schools, medical facilities, and others. It is important and it [...]

It’s Famous Friday!

April 9th, 2021|

  Happy Friday Everyone! This week’s article is about Major League Baseball's second baseman Kolten Wong. Born in Hilo, Hawaii on October 10th, 1990, Kolten Kaha Wong is of both Hawaiian and Chinese descent. Kolten’s father, Kolen, was also a [...]

Response to “An Interesting Question”

April 5th, 2021|

I received this reply when I queried the bank about the racial and ethnic questions they ask on surveys: Hello Susan, Thanks so much for reaching out and inquiring about one of our survey questions. We include this particular question [...]

It’s Famous Friday!

April 4th, 2021|

Jhene Aiko Jhene Aiko is a singer and songwriter who is recently coming off an impressive showing at the Grammy Awards this year.  With her 2020 album release of Chilombo, Jhene was able to garner three grammy nominations which included [...]

Failed Diversity

April 2nd, 2021|

Why U.S. News & World Report Failed Diversity 101: Vivia Chen By Vivia Chen Its foray into law school diversity ranking has been a fiasco. Is this emblematic of how even some sophisticated institutions mishandle diversity? This is not the [...]

An Interesting Question

March 29th, 2021|

An Interesting Question I was filling out a survey today for my bank and came to a question I have never seen asked before. The question is this: Do you accept the collection of race and ethnicity data? I could [...]

It’s Famous Friday!

March 26th, 2021|

Famous Friday: Boman Martinez-Reid Guys! I got to chat with my favorite TikTok creator today! Like almost everyone I know, I have spent an unreasonable amount of time on TikTok in the past year. When I should be studying for [...]

Negative Words and Children

March 25th, 2021|

Negative words impact children's negative opinions of others, study finds By Megan Marples, CNN Updated 12:01 AM ET, Wed March 24, 2021 Children who overheard negative words about a fictional group were more likely to have a negative attitude toward [...]

A First Step

March 24th, 2021|

The Story Evanston, Illinois, has become the first US city to approve reparations for Black Americans. Fill me in. Reparations are a way to address historical injustices. And are most often given in the form of compensation. Native Americans received reparations for the US's [...]

This is very scary

March 19th, 2021|

Lawmakers seek to pass mandatory training bills to divide Washingtonians based on race and sexuality, and then label them as oppressors and victims By LIV FINNE  |  BLOG Mar 18, 2021   This week the House Education and House College and Workforce [...]

Join Multiracial Study

March 15th, 2021|

The Multiracial Families Study of ASU would like to invite families with a Multiracial American adolescent between the ages of 14 and 18 to take a survey! The Multiracial adolescent and two of their parents/primary caregivers will each take a 30 [...]

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