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Culture Wars · CAFE
Culture Wars · CAFE
On this episode of Now & Then, “Culture Wars,” Heather and Joanne discuss moments of dramatic cultural change in American history: pre-Civil War abolitionism, early 20th-century individualism, to our current reckoning over police brutality and history education. How do our pop cultural artifacts, from Uncle Tom’s Cabin, to P.T. Barnum’s problematic attractions, to Gone with the Wind, show the ways American self-identity and priorities have evolved over time? This episode was recorded before a live audience on Facebook on July 15, 2021. Join CAFE Insider to listen to “Backstage,” where Heather and Joanne chat each week about the anecdotes and ideas that formed the episode. And for a limited time, use the code HISTORY for 50% off the annual membership price.
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Culture Wars · CAFE
UN rights chief: Reparations needed for people facing racism
UN rights chief: Reparations needed for people facing racism
GENEVA (AP) — The U.N. human rights chief, in a landmark report launched after the killing of George Floyd in the United States, is urging countries worldwide to do more to help end discrimination, violence and systemic racism against people of African descent and “make amends” to them — including through reparations.
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UN rights chief: Reparations needed for people facing racism
A Growing Number of Companies Are Recognizing the Benefits of Racially Diverse Boards — JUST Capital
A Growing Number of Companies Are Recognizing the Benefits of Racially Diverse Boards — JUST Capital
With enhanced diversity, equity, and inclusion goals, along with pressure from shareholders and advocates, more of America’s largest companies are building diverse boards.
·justcapital.com·
A Growing Number of Companies Are Recognizing the Benefits of Racially Diverse Boards — JUST Capital
The Roots of Structural Racism
The Roots of Structural Racism
By Stephen Menendian, Arthur Gailes, and Samir GambhirThis project has been in development for many years, and the authors would like to thank Lindsey Burnside, Peter Mattingly, Karina French, and Ruqayah Ghaus for their research support and contributions to this project. The authors would also like to thank external reviewers Richard Rothstein, George Galster, Sheryll Cashin, Alex Schafran, and Nancy McCardle for their expert feedback on this project. - Download a PDF of this reportI.
·belonging.berkeley.edu·
The Roots of Structural Racism
The Case for Requiring Disaggregation of Asian American and Pacific Islander Data - California Law Review
The Case for Requiring Disaggregation of Asian American and Pacific Islander Data - California Law Review
This piece is dedicated in honor of the lives lost in Atlanta, Georgia on March 16th, 2021 due to more senseless anti-Asian violence. All U.S. federal and state entities should disaggregate data on the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community. Currently, reports divided by racial categories often conceal the major differences in the AAPI population. […]
·californialawreview.org·
The Case for Requiring Disaggregation of Asian American and Pacific Islander Data - California Law Review
Spotify – June 7, 2021: Un-Whitewashing Denver’s Anti-Chinese Riot; The Story Of Black Cowboys - Colorado Matters | Podcast on Spotify
Spotify – June 7, 2021: Un-Whitewashing Denver’s Anti-Chinese Riot; The Story Of Black Cowboys - Colorado Matters | Podcast on Spotify
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Spotify – June 7, 2021: Un-Whitewashing Denver’s Anti-Chinese Riot; The Story Of Black Cowboys - Colorado Matters | Podcast on Spotify