The Black Education Research Collective (BERC) is pleased to announce the release of its new report, Black Education in the Wake of COVID-19 & Systemic Racism: Toward a Theory of Change & Action. Continue Reading →
The first widely publicized observance of a Memorial Day-type observance after the Civil War was in Charleston, South Carolina, on May 1, 1865. Continue Reading →
Today, the House Judiciary Committee announced that HR 40, a bill which would create a commission to study reparations and purpose a remedy bill to congress. Continue Reading →
“There is a self-selecting bias in the market that fundamentally disadvantages diverse talent…” Continue Reading →
Black-owned businesses in Harlem were already struggling to survive before the pandemic, as changes in the demographics of the neighborhood, Continue Reading →
By Daseta Gray
Racism is embedded in our world and in all facets of academia, and the institution of Psychoanalysis is not immune. Continue Reading →
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