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S.F. State University Hosts Conference To Celebrate, Further Explore Ethnic Studies

by Lydia Lum | October 7, 2009
  At a time when some pundits and critics contend that ethnic studies are no longer neede [...] Read more

FINDING THEIR IDENTITIES

by LYDIA LUM | September 3, 2009
Responding to the demands and needs of Asian-American Students, the University of Maryland, Col [...] Read more

Finding Their Identities

by LYDIA LUM |
Responding to the demands and needs of Asian American students, the University of Maryland expa [...] Read more

A Decline in Humanities

by Murali Balaji | August 12, 2009
Doctorate students of color who are couched in humanities and liberal arts fields such as philo [...] Read more

Who Should Teach Hip-hop Studies?

by EMERY PETCHAUER | August 6, 2009
By most criteria, hip-hop has now been solidifi ed as an essential domain of inquiry and learni [...] Read more

Perspectives: Running for Our Lives: Victory for Ethnic Studies

by Dr. Roberto Rodriguez | July 9, 2009
A grueling spiritual run from Tucson to Phoenix in defense of ethnic studies – in 110-plus-de [...] Read more

Diverse Calendar

by Diverse Staff |
July 20-23 THE EDUCATION LAW & POLICY CONSORTIUM INC. 16th Annual ConferencePortland, Maine [...] Read more

Ronald Takaki, Ethnic Studies Pioneer, Dies

by Associated Press | June 1, 2009
Dr. Ronald Takaki, a pioneer in the field of ethnic studies who taught the University of Califo [...] Read more

A Practical Ethnic Studies Program

by LYDIA LUM | February 19, 2009
The Asian American Studies Program at the University of Massachusetts Boston complements studen [...] Read more

UMass Boston’s Asian American Studies Program Takes a Practical Approach

by Lydia Lum | February 13, 2009
The Asian American Studies Program at the University of Massachusetts Boston complements studen [...] Read more

Film Documents Different View of Black Life in Cuba

by Karen Branch-Brioso | January 29, 2009
Robin Hayes felt out of place as a Yale graduate student. [...] Read more

Ivy League ‘Discomfort’ Leads to Black Cuba

by Karen Branch-Brioso | January 22, 2009
In 2002, Robin Hayes was a Ph.D. candidate at Yale University in African American studies and p [...] Read more

Showing the Way

by Toni Coleman | October 30, 2008
This past spring, the nation somberly noted the 40th anniversaries of Dr. Martin Luther King, J [...] Read more

Writing their own History

by Molly Nance |
San Francisco State University is celebrating the 40th anniversary of the student-led strike th [...] Read more

Groundbreaking Study Shows Asian American Vote Still Up for Grabs

by Robin Chen Delos | October 7, 2008
Many Asian Americans favor presidential candidate Barack Obama, but a significant portion remai [...] Read more