Tаggеd - Rаcе

Lеt’s tаlk аbоut cаmpus hаtе spееch

Today, in a world of blatant racism and white supremacy, college hate crimes are on the rise. Between 2015 and 2016, the number of reported hate crimes on college campuses has increased by 25 percent.

Hоw rаcіsm lіvеs аmоng us

As an Indian-American, I have never thought of myself as any more or less of one of my cultures. I have never had to stop and ask myself about my identity. I am just me. It is as simple as that, right? Not exactly.

Wоrld hіjаb dаy sееks аwаrеnеss

“It gives non-Muslim women a chance to be in a Muslim women’s shoes and to really feel what it’s like to wear hijab,” said former graduate student Mai Ali ‘17, who is celebrating her 15th year wearing her hijab.

Mаrіа Hіnоjоsа dеlіvеrs MLK аddrеss

Hinojosa said the biggest reason for racism in America today is fear. Specifically, the fear of people and their unfamiliarity with the rest of the world.

Pоеtry slаm tаcklеs rаcе, gеndеr, аnd clаss

The (X) Agenda tackled the intersections of race, gender, and class.

Pаnеl аіms tо fіght rаcіsm іn аll fоrms

The two-hour event was led by Dean for Diversity Beth Olivares and Academic Program Coordinator for the Office of Minority Student Affairs Sasha Eloi, alongside five students who shared their experiences of race relations and discrimination at the University.

Blаck studеnt summіt еаrns prаіsе frоm Rоchеstеr mаyоr

This year’s theme, “forward together,” centers on empowering students of color and their communities.

DLH еvеnt оffеrs lеssоn іn prоtеstеrs’ rіghts

The evening would address the topic of black activism in a broad sense, with a focus on the legal rights of protesters and other activists.

Dіvеrsіty survеy rеsults rеvеаl splіts аmоng UR cоmmunіty

The survey measured the inclusiveness of the University’s academic environment across eight factors—trust, appreciation of individual attributes, sense of belonging, access to opportunity, equitable reward and recognition, cultural competence, respect, and common purpose.

Rіngіng thе bеll оn rаcіsm

His one-man show, “The W. Kamau Bell Curve: Ending Racism in About an Hour,” played to nearly nonstop laughs in the crowded Douglass Ballroom on Friday evening.