Discrimination

Read: How VCU Police Decreased Use-of-Force Incidents by 84%

How VCU Police Decreased Use-of-Force Incidents by 84%

After reviewing cases from the 2019-2020 academic year, VCU police found the department had its lowest use-of-force rate in 10 years.

Read: Minneapolis Schools Hiring Security Guards After Ending Police Contract

Minneapolis Schools Hiring Security Guards After Ending Police Contract

Teachers and families held a protest in response to Minneapolis Schools posting 11 job openings for public safety support specialists.

Read: UT-Austin Unfairly Denied Admission to White Students, Lawsuit Claims

UT-Austin Unfairly Denied Admission to White Students, Lawsuit Claims

This is the third lawsuit that nonprofit group Students for Fair Admissions has filed against UT-Austin; it also filed a similar lawsuit against Harvard.

Read: UPDATE: Uprisings Prompt Schools to Reconsider Ties with Police

UPDATE: Uprisings Prompt Schools to Reconsider Ties with Police

The Minneapolis school board has terminated its contract with Minneapolis PD, and other K-12 districts may follow suit.

Read: Take the Annual National College Student Bystander Intervention Study

Take the Annual National College Student Bystander Intervention Study

The study seeks to gain a clearer understanding of why students fail to act in bystander situations that warrant intervention, and with this information, develop evidence- and context-based programs that educate and empower students.

Read: Trump Signs Executive Order Aimed at College Anti-Semitism

Trump Signs Executive Order Aimed at College Anti-Semitism

Opponents say the executive order impedes on free speech and mislabels criticism of the Israeli government as anti-Semitic.

Read: 3 Conn. Runners File Complaint, Claim Transgender Policy Violates Title IX

3 Conn. Runners File Complaint, Claim Transgender Policy Violates Title IX

The female runners say a policy allowing athletes to compete in sports corresponding with their gender identity puts them at an unfair advantage.

Read: Boise State Students Expect Administration to Address Campus Racism

Boise State Students Expect Administration to Address Campus Racism

Students have seen racial slurs, swastikas and even death threats against people of color written on their residence hall doors.

Read: Quiz: How Well Do You Know Federal Laws That Support Campus Diversity?

Quiz: How Well Do You Know Federal Laws That Support Campus Diversity?

This 11-question quiz will test your knowledge on diversity laws that safeguard all individuals and their characteristics that make them unique.

Read: Senator Birch Bayh, ‘The Father of Title IX,’ Dies at 91

Senator Birch Bayh, ‘The Father of Title IX,’ Dies at 91

Senator Bayh championed Title IX and was an advocate for protecting women from sexual discrimination in education for decades.

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