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Yo! Professors and Faculty, Quit Telling Me What I "Should Have" Known

College is daunting, especially when you’re in an environment that judges you on some unreasonable white student experience supremacy. Students of color going into graduate studies, most often than not, do not have the same support and resources that are available to other student groups. 100 more words

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Community College Isn't Real College?

The New York Times published an article a few weeks ago that I believe needs some reinforcement from someone (aka. me) who experienced first-hand the Community College/Real College Divide. 374 more words

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The Hidden Prejudice in Education

Understanding How Colorism, Prejudice, Racism and Stereotypes Can Affect the Dreams of Students of Color!

The Dynamics of Colorism Talk Radio has a new name:  Complexity Talk Radio (Complexity Live) featuring hosts Dr. 91 more words

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Racial Microaggressions: What is the Hidden Message?

Racial Microaggressions take three main forms: microassault, microinsult, and microinvalidation. This article is about one form of Racial microaggressions, microinsult.

According to Dr. Derald Wing Sue, a professor at Columbia University and a leader in the study of microaggression, microinsults are actions (verbal, nonverbal, or environmental) that convey insensitivity, rudeness, or demeans a person’s racial identity or heritage. 851 more words

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Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil, See No Evil: Three Forms of Racial Microaggressions

According to Dr. Derald Sue, a professor of psychology at Columbia University, racial microaggressions as brief and daily verbal, behavioral, and environmental indignities, whether intentional or unintentional, communicate hostile, derogatory, or negative racial slights and insults to the target person or group.   453 more words

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International Exchange Program for Minority Students

The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City is hosting the Mount Sinai International Exchange Program for Minority Students. Current  undergraduate, master and doctoral degree students or recent graduates are invited to apply for an exciting international exchange program. 222 more words
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Power, Injustice, and the Heroes of Social Progress: My Experience at the 26th Annual Student of Color Conference

By Minh-Hieu Vu

It was an honor for me to attend University of California Student Association’s 26th annual Student of Color Conference (SOCC) at UC Merced. 1,299 more words

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