Dr. James Ewers - Higher Education

Dr. James Ewers
Members of the academy offer insight into current events and higher education issues that impact people of color.

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Group Calls Remedial Education ‘Bridge to Nowhere’

by | March 29, 2016 Complete College America, dedicated to improving graduation rates nationally, has dubbed remedi Read more

Passing On Our History to the Next Generation

by | February 10, 2016
There are some compelling questions to be asked regarding Black History Month as we know it no [...] Read more

The King Holiday is Over. Now What?

by | January 27, 2016
As we now pass the King Holiday and onto February, which is Black History Month, let us rededic [...] Read more

Keeping the Faith for African-American Males

by | January 6, 2016
Well, 2016 is officially here and, as Black people, we must stop this violence upon ourselves. [...] Read more

Where is the America that I Used to Know?

by | December 8, 2015
There is a disturbing part of America that has reared its ugly head and is making an attempt to [...] Read more

Motivating the Next Generation of Scholars for the Work Ahead

by | November 18, 2015
Certainly, college in and of itself, will not make you successful. There must be some drive and [...] Read more

Leonard Fournette Leading the Way with Character

by | October 22, 2015
Sometimes college student-athletes think only about the final score. So our hearts become full [...] Read more

Grad Student Takes Bold Step in Race Relations Dialogue

by | September 23, 2015
Recently, a college student in Buffalo, New York, made what I believe was a sincere effort to b [...] Read more

Symbols Shape What We Think and Believe in America

by | August 5, 2015
Now that the exhilaration of the removal of the Confederate battle flag has subsided a bit, let [...] Read more

Killings in Charleston Put Race Relations in U.S. to Test

by | June 22, 2015
Racial tension in this country became the focal point of discussion last week with the killing [...] Read more

Curfews Should Start at Home

by | May 30, 2015
  Some weeks ago now the controversial death of Freddie Gray led the city of Baltimore Mar [...] Read more

Aaron Hernandez: Did He Really Fall From Grace or Was it a Matter of Time?

by | April 16, 2015
Hernandez was a gifted professional football player by day and a thug at night. [...] Read more

We March for Good but Racism Forges Ahead, Too

by | March 18, 2015
Now that the Selma March anniversary is behind us and the speeches have been made, what have we [...] Read more

Coaches Play an Important Role in Our Society

by | February 26, 2015
Many of us can point to someone that we called “coach” who was instrumental in molding and [...] Read more

Celebrating Black History in the New Millennium

by | February 19, 2015
There are some compelling issues to be examined regarding Black History Month as we know it to [...] Read more
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