Posts tagged: Immigration - Diverse

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Louisville Professor Offers Farm to Syrian Family

by Chris Kenning, The Courier-Journal | March 27, 2016

LOUISVILLE, Ky. ― He was a vegetable farmer in Syria before the civil war forced the family o [...]

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Bill to Defund University of Tennessee Diversity Office Withdrawn

by Diverse Staff | March 24, 2016

Lawmakers, angry over web postings by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion of the University o [...]

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50 Years of Access in Jeopardy

by Yvette M. Alex-Assensoh | March 15, 2016

Voting rights, money to attend college and diversity are so common today that many of us forget [...]

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Trump, Enabler of American Political Hooliganism?

by Emil Guillermo | March 14, 2016

If you like your politics raucous and raunchy, Donald Trump has been your candidate this year. [...]

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Chicago State Sends Faculty, Staff and Administrators Layoff Notices

by Jamal Eric Watson | February 28, 2016

Chicago State University took the unusual step of sending layoff notices to its faculty, staff [...]

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SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY EDWARDSVILLE

| February 25, 2016

Southern Illinois University Edwardsville SENIOR STUDENT AFFAIRS OFFICER: Edwardsville, Illinoi [...]

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Guinier: America Needs Large-scale Social Movement

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | February 16, 2016

A large-scale social movement is needed to impact political decisions in a way that makes them [...]

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Malagon Embraces Her Role of Facilitating Brilliance in the Community

by Jamal Eric Watson | February 15, 2016

Dr. Maria C. Malagon, a 2016 Diverse Emerging Scholar, is focused on issues relating to immigra [...]

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Replacement for Scalia Becoming an Issue of a Generation

by Emil Guillermo | February 14, 2016

In a presidential election year, with 34 Senate seats also in play, the death of Antonin Scalia [...]

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