BY SAM MYERS
Simply put, on average, we have overwhelmingly white police departments in charge of protecting communities of color. But they don’t seem to be doing much protecting.
BY CARLINA DUAN
But what we don’t learn, and what, I suppose, some might never learn, is what makes a story ours: How do we pass judgment — and how do we lay claim — over what is inherently our own meat, our own blood?
BY RYAN MOODY
Maybe it’s unfair that I won’t have truly engaged conversations on race with just anyone. Maybe it makes you feel like you “can never win.” But that’s one racial privilege you’ll have to earn.
BY KEYA PATEL
In order for these campaigns to have any sort of long-term impact, campaign organizers must motivate social media users to understand the core of the issue and then provide clear action points to inspire change.
BY RACHELLE MEHDI
Last week, amidst the campus-wide American Sniper outrage, I was told to go back to my country, twice. These comments came from online strangers. Strangers who do not know me, but who know enough about names to know that mine is Arab. Strangers who vehemently believe that Arabs do not belong in the United States.
BY MOLLIE DARMON
Academic competition in itself is not a bad thing by any means; in fact, it has many benefits. The problem is that new students arriving at our University are finding it difficult getting acclimated to the rigorous environment.
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