Black Education In The Wake Of COVID-19 & Systemic Racism: Toward A Theory Of Change & Action

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 →

Mayor de Blasio Announce Citywide Expansion Of “Family Enrichment Center”

Mayor Bill de Blasio, and Taskforce on Racial Inclusion & Equity leadership today announced that the City will expand the “Family Enrichment Center” (FEC) system from three sites to 30 over the next four fiscal years. Continue Reading →

Lesley Lokko Resigns Based On Race And Workload As Dean City College In Harlem

Lesley Lokko, Ghanaian-Scottish architect, academic, and novelist has resigned from her position as dean of the Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture at the City College of New York (CCNY) in Harlem, NY. Continue Reading →

How To Recognize If You’re Being Discriminated Against

Being a worker or an employee doesn’t quite equate to being a slave. You have legal rights that are for you to enjoy as long as the government’s legal legitimacy exists. Continue Reading →


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