Shout out to Dr. Gillian Anderson and Enrique Chacon for shared items.
If we want change, we must study up on how injustice was normalized in the nation’s classrooms.
Sean Carleton | 16 Dec 2022 | The Conversation | TheTyee.ca
Vox | Dec 15, 2022 | 26:12
The Māori fight for justice leads the way on how to reckon with a dark past.
Premier Smith said Wednesday she apologizes for earlier comments if they were ‘misconstrued’
Joel Dryden · CBC News · Posted: Dec 14, 2022
Academic integrity expert says Turpel-Lafond story is a ‘watershed moment for Canadian higher education’
Geoff Leo · CBC News · Posted: Dec 14, 2022
Higher education ministry issues indefinite order three months after thousands sat entrance exams
Hikmat Noori and agencies in Kabul | Tue 20 Dec 2022 17.49 GMT | The Guardian
THE LONG READ
In a pristine forest in central India, the multibillion-dollar mining giant Adani has razed trees – and homes – to dig more coal. How does this kind of destruction get the go-ahead?
by Ankur Paliwal | Tue 20 Dec 2022 06.00 GMT | The Guardian
By Kate Cohen | December 19, 2022 | Washington Post
People were “exploited and abused in the name of the Dutch state,” Mark Rutte said, but some descendants of enslaved people say the government did not involve them in the apology.
By Claire Moses | Dec. 19, 2022 | NYTimes
Asian Americans have long debated who is included in their cohort. South Asians and Southeast Asians, among others, sometimes feel overlooked by the umbrella term.
By Meena Venkataramanan | December 19, 2022 | Washington Post
Urban planners and historians are mapping racial covenants to analyze the legacy of segregated neighborhoods across the United States
By Katherine Shaver | December 19, 2022 | Washington Post
Stephanie K. Kim | Dec 19, 2022 | Diverse
Purdue chancellor mocks Asian languages at commencement | Washington Post | 1:00
The internal study details the vacation rental company’s antidiscrimination efforts. But some travelers of color say it and other home-share companies don’t go far enough.
By Sara Clemence | Published Dec. 13, 2022, Updated Dec. 18, 2022 | NYTimes
Some workers have found a winning strategy, while others struggle.
Zak Vescera | 16 Dec 2022 | TheTyee.ca
Jacquie Holyoak has debilitating fibromyalgia, struggles to live on disability benefits
Padraig Moran · CBC Radio · Posted: Dec 16, 2022
Chemicals that leach out of plastic shown to cause fatal abnormalities, including gut developing outside body
Karen McVeigh | Thu 15 Dec 2022 15.34 GMT | The Guardian
By Sander van der Linden |Dec 15, 2022 | NYTimes
Canadian groups want to reach kids when they’re young, before antisemitism can be normalized
Perlita Stroh, Ioanna Roumeliotis · CBC News · Posted: Dec 15, 2022
Data show that the representation of scientists from marginalized ethnicities dwindles at each stage of UK academia.
By Elizabeth Gibney | 14 December 2022 | Nature [pdf version]
Researchers are trying to dismantle the flawed concept of homogeneous racial mixing that has fostered discrimination in Mexico, Brazil and other countries.
Emiliano Rodríguez Mega | 13 December 1011 | Nature
Without a global, publicly funded strategy, the market will fail to deliver vaccines to stop pandemics before they surge.
Seth Berkley | 13 December 2022 | Nature
RACE ON CAMPUS
By Fernanda Zamudio-Suarez | DECEMBER 13, 2022 | Chronicle of Higher Education
Colleges are still dealing with relics of inequality and inaccurate depictions of diversity.
OPINION | GUEST ESSAY
By Lev Golinkin | Dec. 13, 2022 | NYTimes
Jefferson Cowie’s powerful and sobering new history, “Freedom’s Dominion,” traces the close association between the rhetoric of liberty in an Alabama county and the politics of white supremacy.
By Jeff Shesol | Dec. 12, 2022 | NYTimes
By Larry Bleiberg | 12th December 2022 | BBC
More than 70 years after the teenager moved a nation to end school segregation, her statue will replace Civil War Confederate commander Robert E Lee’s inside the US Capitol.
ASK DR EDITOR
As a researcher, you should intentionally consider voices and perspectives that you might have previously omitted or ignored.
BY LETITIA HENVILLE | DEC 09 2022 | University Affairs
by Simran Jeet Singh and Aarti Shyamsunder | December 05, 2022 | Harvard Business School
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