In an essay in the Washington Post, Gasman outlines the choices colleges make that keep faculties whiter than their students.
Gasman and photographer Andrew Feiler will discuss this month’s exhibit of his work documenting Morris Brown College at the Inn at Penn.
Penn GSE’s Nelson Flores told the LA Times Democratic Vice Presidential nominee Tim Kaine’s fluency in Spanish alone won’t sway Latino voters.
Penn GSE’s Howard Stevenson offers advice for parents looking for what to say, and listen for, after a racial incident in the community or in the headlines.
Learn how a Penn GSE professor trains students and educators in racial literacy—the skills to identify and resolve racially stressful social interactions.
Thomas’ selections highlight the best storytelling of the year that deals with issues like gender, race, ethnicity, religion, sexuality, and socioeconomic class in ways that are real and empathetic.
Writing in the Washington Post with Thea Renda Abu El-Haj, Penn GSE’s Sigal Ben-Porath offers practical steps for educators.
In the NYT, Ebony Thomas states that the book A Fine Dessert presents a “degrading” depiction of an enslaved African-American mother and daughter in 1810 South Carolina.
The new study from the Center for Race and Equity in Education offers a school district-by-district look at suspensions and expulsions in 13 Southern states.
Panelists and a keynote speaker challenged attendees to engage voices of Black girls and women and create action plans for the future.
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