New York Times Murder Isn't Black or White Jeanine Cummins argues that we need to engage in the discussion about racism and be part of the solution while simultaneously acknowledging that not everything that seems to be about race necessarily is.
Contributor: Karlen BaderJanuary 26, 2016Topics: Keywords: / / / /
logo-toast-home What Goes Through Your Mind: On Nice Parties and Casual Racism Nicole Jung, Managing Editor of the Toast, shares a personal story that reveals not only the hurt that stems from microaggressive racist comments, but also the awkward and unsure way to navigate a reaction.
Contributor: Karlen BaderJanuary 26, 2016Topics: Keywords: / / /
HuffPost-social-icon-00-default Explaining White Privilege to a Broke White Person Instead of using the term “white privilege,” Gina Crosley-Corcoran encourages the term “intersectionality,” remarking that one may be privileged in some ways but not in others.
Contributor: Karlen BaderJanuary 22, 2016Topics: / Keywords: / / /
NYT A Conversation on Race Read multiple short stories about personal perspectives and experiences with race and identity in America.
Contributor: Karlen BaderJanuary 22, 2016Topics: Keywords: / /
TheRoot-Logo Study: Doctors Have Less-Sympathetic Nonverbal Communication With Dying Black Patients A study showing how doctor body language can unintentionally create feelings of mistrust from patients of different race.
Contributor: Karlen BaderJanuary 22, 2016Topics: / Keywords: / / / /
washington post Do black colleges matter to Obama? President Obama responds to a student’s question about leadership possibilities for HBCU (Historically Black College or University) graduates.
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this american life logo The Problem We All Live With Right now, all sorts of people are trying to rethink and reinvent education, to improve outcomes. But there's one thing nobody tries anymore, despite lots of evidence that it works: desegregation. Nikole Hannah-Jones looks at a district that, not long ago, accidentally launched a desegregation program. First of a two-part series.
Contributor: Adam SapersteinJanuary 18, 2016Topics: / Keywords: / / / / /
washington post American Muslim doctors feel greater scrutiny, even patients' suspicions Reporter Lena H. Sun discusses the prevalence of workplace discrimination among American Muslim physicians and the challenges they face.
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globalist Are human brains hardwired to recognize some groups of people as friends and others as enemies? The concept of tribalism dates back hundreds of centuries, evolving from violent warfare to aggressive sports. Humans exhibit an innate need to relate and group, subsequently leading to issues of both minor subconscious and major conscious prejudice.
Contributor: Rebecca Chason, MDNovember 16, 2015Topics: / / / / / Keywords: / / / / /