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Diversity news and analysis from The Nation
June 7, 2018
What Does Diversity Look Like at HBCUs?
Are HBCUs simply changing with the times, or are they relinquishing an important black presence?
May 31, 2018
Why Are There So Few Black Women Leaders on College Campuses?
Forced to face the twin hurdles of racism and sexism, black women leaders are underrepresented on college campuses.
March 12, 2018
The New York Times’ ‘Edit’ Draws 20,000 Applicants
The Edit is a cost-effective way to bring a subscriber-boosting perspective to the paper, but what about the young journalists whose work it uses?
January 25, 2018
For Students of Color, Ivy League Schools Have a Long Way to Go
You may have entered an elite institution, but, as a student of color, you hardly feel welcome.
September 12, 2017
How Black Lives Matter Is Changing British Universities
The movement has stimulated a renewed anti-racist consciousness and provided an alternative politics.
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September 8, 2017
Meet the Socialist Who Hopes to Become New York’s First Arab-American Elected Official
Khader El-Yateem has ignited a diverse progressive base. Can he win over everyone else?
July 17, 2017
The Aggressive Anti-Union Campaign at StoryCorps
It’s a perfect example of the labor problems mission-driven nonprofits often have.
June 22, 2017
Bill O’Reilly Is America’s Best-Selling Historian
And other problems we need to solve before we can get out of this mess.
Andrew J. Bacevich
May 8, 2017
Campus Admin Ignored Students’ Demands for Black Visibility. So They Took Over Their Building.
The Afrikan/Black Student Alliance of the University of California, Santa Cruz, camped out for three days until the school met its demands.
March 14, 2017
Fear of Diversity Made People More Likely to Vote Trump
The 2016 election was really a battle about having an open society.