How Black Students Are Saving Higher Education, 2016 University of California, Berkeley
How Black Students Are Saving Higher Education, David C. Turner Iii
Journal of Critical Scholarship on Higher Education and Student Affairs
Student reflections on racial (in)justice in higher education
Beyond Beyoncé’S Halftime Show, 2016 Gettysburg College
Beyond Beyoncé’S Halftime Show, Rebecca S. Duffy
In the weeks following the Super Bowl there has been quite an uproar regarding the halftime show featuring Beyoncé, Coldplay and Bruno Mars. All over Twitter, Facebook, blogs, news outlets, and in political commentary we were faced with the argument, “It’s wrong that Beyoncé used the Super Bowl to advance her own political agenda.” But to all those angry/hurt/confused about Beyoncé and her “right” to interrupt the Super Bowl with commentary on race relations, consider this: Is football, or any form of entertainment for that matter really independent of political, economic and racial issues? Is the NFL ...
Tightening The Ooda Loop: Police Militarization, Race, And Algorithmic Surveillance, 2016 University of Pennsylvania Law School
Tightening The Ooda Loop: Police Militarization, Race, And Algorithmic Surveillance, Jeffrey L. Vagle
This Article examines the role military automated surveillance and intelligence systems and techniques have supported a self-reinforcing racial bias when used by civilian police departments to enhance predictive policing programs. I will focus on two facets of this problem. First, my research will take an inside-out perspective, studying the role played by advanced military technologies and methods within civilian police departments, and how they have enabled a new focus on deterrence and crime prevention by creating a system of structural surveillance where decision support relies increasingly upon algorithms and automated data analysis tools, and which automates de facto penalization and ...
Tupac’S Quest For Black Jesus: God As Deadbeat Dad And Afeni, The Migdala, 2016 University of Detroit Mercy
Tupac’S Quest For Black Jesus: God As Deadbeat Dad And Afeni, The Migdala, John Freeman
Journal of Interdisciplinary Feminist Thought
Although Tupac Shakur, American rapper, maintained in a late interview that he had gotten past his abandonment by his father, the absence of that father no doubt left him to fend for himself, scarred and confused. This sense of abandonment extended to the theological realm. For Shakur, God the Father “can’t come where I’m at.” He is, in a sense, a “deadbeat dad.” Like the absentee father, He has placed him here, abandoned, the product of a broken home and broken world, with few resources by which to find his way. Understanding a father-less Tupac Shakur and his ...
Womanism And Snowball Sampling: Engaging Marginalized Populations In Holistic Research, 2016 New Mexico State University - Main Campus
Womanism And Snowball Sampling: Engaging Marginalized Populations In Holistic Research, Xeturah M. Woodley, Megan Lockard
The Qualitative Report
Womanist and feminist qualitative researchers continue to identify research methods and techniques that harness the power of social networking and personal connections while engaging with marginalized populations. Many have found that the use of snowball sampling allows increased access to individuals and groups that may otherwise remain inaccessible. The purpose of this article is to discuss the use of snowball sampling techniques within womanist and feminist research. The authors offer critical reflections of the use of this sampling technique as a tool that allows researchers access to “hidden” and marginalized populations. An example of the use of snowball sampling in ...
The History, Means, And Effects Of Structural Surveillance, 2016 University of Pennsylvania
The History, Means, And Effects Of Structural Surveillance, Jeffrey L. Vagle
The focus on the technology of surveillance, while important, has had the unfortunate side effect of obscuring the study of surveillance generally, and tends to minimize the exploration of other, less technical means of surveillance that are both ubiquitous and self-reinforcing—what I refer to as structural surveillance— and their effects on marginalized and disenfranchised populations. This Article proposes a theoretical framework for the study of structural surveillance which will act as a foundation for follow-on research in its effects on political participation.
Displacement, Identity And Belonging For Ibyangin: The Personal Journey Of Transracial Korean-Born Adoptees, Jason D. Reynolds, Joseph G. Ponterotto, Christina Lecker
The Qualitative Report
The present study examined the lived experience (erlebnis) of adult transracial, Korean-born adoptees (Ibyangin; Yngvesson & Coutin, 2006) raised in the United States by White families. Long interviews (McCracken, 1988) were conducted with fourteen young adult (age 26-30) Korean-born adoptees in-person or by phone. The study was anchored in the constructivist-interpretivist research paradigm (Ponterotto, 2005) and utilized the phenomenological inquiry model (Moustakas, 1994) to explore the essence of the international transracial adoption experience. Two major clusters of meaning with additional subthemes were related to a) identity development, and b) decision to return to Korea. Limitations of the study are reviewed, implications ...
What Is The Interracial Black And White Trajectory In America?, 2016 St. Cloud State University
What Is The Interracial Black And White Trajectory In America?, Luke S. Tripp
Ethnic and Women's Studies Working Papers
Martin Luther King envisioned a beloved integrated community of interracial harmony based on racial equality and mutual respect, a society in which race would be irrelevant, and one in which we all would share the resources of the nation based on humanitarian values. Are we moving toward that goal? How can we best measure progress toward it? I will argue that King’s vision of racial equality remains elusive and provide factual evidence that shows that the racial inequality gap, which has persisted over the last fifty years, has widen in key domains of social life. First, we will examine ...
Child Discipline In African American Families: Current Research Findings, 2016 Western Michigan University
Child Discipline In African American Families: Current Research Findings, Carla Adkison-Johnson
Presentation at Share the Story: ScholarTalks on February 4, 2016 at the Fetzer Center as part of the first Spring Convocation.
No Justice Given, 2016 Gettysburg College
No Justice Given, Alison P. Lauro
I’ve spent a considerable amount of time analyzing privilege and looking at how systems in the United States often work to further oppress the vulnerable, while keeping the privileged in power. I have taken note of how my light skin, middle-class background, and young, abled body has given me opportunities and advantages others don’t have. But, I hadn’t thought too deeply about the privileges that come with being a natural born, American citizen. I’ve stood up to salute the flag every day in school, watched fireworks on the fourth of July, and generally felt proud to ...
Torch (February 2016), 2016 University of Southern Maine
Torch (February 2016), Brandon Baldwin, Civil Rights Team Project
Torch: The Civil Rights Team Project Newsletter
No abstract provided.
Commonwealth Compact: Using Research To Promote Diversity, 2016 Commonwealth Compact, University of Massachusetts Boston
Commonwealth Compact: Using Research To Promote Diversity, Robert Turner
New England Journal of Public Policy
Commonwealth Compact is a statewide initiative of the University of Massachusetts Boston launched in 2008 with a primary focus of promoting diversity—especially racial and ethnic diversity—in the workplace. In addition to conducting workshops, sponsoring forums, and creating job placement tools, Commonwealth Compact has conducted research, which is the central focus of this article.
Three rounds of Benchmarks reports, using data from 2007, 2008, and 2011, showed that the reporting Massachusetts employers generally weathered the recession fairly well but that efforts to improve racial diversity lagged far behind those for gender diversity.
Data from two national surveys, produced for ...
Martin Luther King Jr. In Dialogue With The Ancient Greeks, 2016 College of the Holy Cross
Martin Luther King Jr. In Dialogue With The Ancient Greeks, Timothy Joseph Ph.D.
Classics Department Faculty Scholarship
To mark the start of Black History Month, a Classicist reflects on the inspiration King drew from ancient Greek culture.
Exploring The Uses Of Cultural Funds Of Knowledge Among Ethnic Minority Immigrant College Students In Their Constructions Of Learning Identities Within A Collaborative Photovoice Project, 2016 Graduate Center, City University of New York
Exploring The Uses Of Cultural Funds Of Knowledge Among Ethnic Minority Immigrant College Students In Their Constructions Of Learning Identities Within A Collaborative Photovoice Project, Stacey Jennell Cooper
All Graduate Works by Year: Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects
Today’s college classrooms are distinguished by an increase in ethnic minority and immigrant student populations, yet there is little reflection of such diversity in the curriculum and teacher preparation and practice. Ethnic minority immigrant students bring with them into learning spaces much valuable cultural knowledge. If validated, this knowledge can become an essential resource from which these students can draw in creating their learning identities and goals.
This study explored how a group of ethnic minority immigrant community college students created potential identities in relation to learning by drawing on their culturally and historically informed funds of knowledge, including ...
Empowerment From Within: Supporting Palestinian Women’S Struggle Against Violence, 2016 Graduate Center, City University of New York
Empowerment From Within: Supporting Palestinian Women’S Struggle Against Violence, Ortal Bensky
All Graduate Works by Year: Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects
Recent reports by the United Nations and local non-governmental organizations present a troubling increase in incidents of violence against Palestinian women in Palestine. These are cases of domestic violence, where the attackers are Palestinians, and political violence, where the attackers are Israeli settlers and soldiers. These violent incidents include attacks on body and property. Most incidents are neither dealt with by the Palestinian authorities nor by the Israeli government and judicial system. There is not sufficient international pressure to enforce justice. The purpose of this study is to offer alternative ways to prevent violent crimes, enforce relevant laws, and provide ...
Spatial Stigma And Health In Postindustrial Detroit, 2016 University of Massachusetts Amherst
Spatial Stigma And Health In Postindustrial Detroit, Louis Graham, Mark Padilla, William Lopez, Alexandra Stern, Jerry Peterson, Danya Keene
Louis F Graham
Q&A: The N-Word, 2016 Gettysburg College
Q&A: The N-Word, Anonymous
Question: What is the best way to approach someone who uses blatantly disrespectful language such as the n word and argues that if it is said in the presence of only white people it is not offensive? [excerpt]
Measuring Diversity And Inclusion In Academic Medicine: The Diversity Engagement Survey, 2016 University of Massachusetts Medical School
Measuring Diversity And Inclusion In Academic Medicine: The Diversity Engagement Survey, Sharina Person, C. Jordan, Jeroan Allison, Lisa Fink Ogawa, Laura Castillo-Page, Sarah Conrad, Marc Nivet, Deborah Plummer
Jeroan J. Allison
PURPOSE: To produce a physician and scientific workforce that advances high-quality research and culturally competent care, academic medical centers (AMCs) must assess their capacity for diversity and inclusion and leverage opportunities for improvement. The Diversity Engagement Survey (DES) is presented as a diagnostic and benchmarking tool.
METHOD: The 22-item DES consists of eight factors that connect engagement theory to inclusion and diversity constructs. It was piloted at 1 AMC and then administered at 13 additional U.S. AMCs in 2011-2012. Face and content validity were assessed through a review panel. Cronbach alpha was used to assess internal consistency. Confirmatory factor ...
Ouachita To Host “Boys To Black Men” Exhibit By Chrystal Seawood Jan. 25-Feb. 26, 2016 Ouachita Baptist University
Ouachita To Host “Boys To Black Men” Exhibit By Chrystal Seawood Jan. 25-Feb. 26, Brooke Zimny
Ouachita Baptist University’s Department of Visual Arts will host Chrystal Seawood in a guest exhibit, “Boys to Black Men,” Jan. 25-Feb. 26. The exhibit will be held in the university’s Rosemary Gossett Adams Gallery in Moses-Provine Hall and is free and open to the public. A closing reception and artist lecture will be held Feb. 26.
“Boys to Black Men” responds to the highly publicized shooting deaths among unarmed, black males at the hands of police. Seawood surveyed a group of black teen boys from her hometown of Forrest City, Ark., to understand how these national incidents influence ...
Migration Among The First Nations: Reflections Of Inequalities, 2016 Université de Montréal
Migration Among The First Nations: Reflections Of Inequalities, Marilyn Amorevieta-Gentil, Robert Bourbeau, Norbert Robitaille
Population Change and Lifecourse Strategic Knowledge Cluster Discussion Paper Series/ Un Réseau stratégique de connaissances Changements de population et parcours de vie Document de travail
The subject of this review is the migration dynamics of the First Nations (Registered and non-registered Indians), seen in the light of inequalities of various kinds. Individuals who undertake a migration are attempting to find a balance between their current situation and the situation they would like to be in, with a view to a better life. Analysing these situations implies making decisions which lead them to opt for the type of migration likely to bring them most benefit.
The First Nations are a distinct population group in Canada. As well as being heterogeneous, they also have their own socio-demographic ...