I’ve never examined the real disparities in opportunity that exist between races in America. I was never compelled to challenge what I knew or thought I knew. That all changed when I went to see a play. […]
“More than anything else, black underclass needs human capital, the values, the habits, the attitudes, the behaviors, that facilitate economic advancement, regardless of who gets elected,” said Jason Riley, a columnist for the Wall Street Journal. […]
“The story of freedom, the story of emancipation, led to enormous death.” […]
In a survey, many students said that colorblindness was enough, because it leads to equality, while others said it is ignorant, dismantling people’s stories by removing a key part of their identities. […]
The Thea Bowman AHANA Intercultural Center was accredited by the Anti-Defamation League in the spring to train the Bowman advocates.
Journalist Michele Norris discusses her book, “The Grace of Silence: A Memoir,” and her personal experience with racial oppression. […]
To “Eradicate Boston College Racism,” as the campus’s most recent wave of student activism has urged us to do, demands we investigate the very architecture of a BC education. This certainly extends to policy and curriculum decisions made at the top, but it does not stop there. […]