Race

Read: Southwick, Mass.: 6 Middle Schoolers Criminally Charged for ‘Mock Slave Auction’

Southwick, Mass.: 6 Middle Schoolers Criminally Charged for ‘Mock Slave Auction’

In a Snapchat group titled “Black people are low class,” the Southwick Regional School students allegedly bid on their Black classmates.

Read: Ex-UC Santa Cruz Police Officer Awarded $7 Million in Racial Discrimination Suit

Ex-UC Santa Cruz Police Officer Awarded $7 Million in Racial Discrimination Suit

The officer previously worked for the San Jose Police Department for 25 years and had no prior disciplinary measures against him.

Read: The Importance of Having a Diverse Nursing Staff on College Campuses

The Importance of Having a Diverse Nursing Staff on College Campuses

Students with disabilities, different races, genders, economic backgrounds, and sexual orientations should all be able to feel comfortable on campus, especially when they need healthcare.

Read: The Best and Worst States for Racial Equality in Education

The Best and Worst States for Racial Equality in Education

A recent study determined predominantly White school districts receive $23 billion more per year funding than predominantly non-White school districts.

Read: Chabot Elementary School Evacuated After Racially Motivated Threat

Chabot Elementary School Evacuated After Racially Motivated Threat

Chabot Elementary School principal said the threat was in response to a social event held for BIPOC families on Saturday.

Read: 76% of Fall 2021 College Freshmen Class Returned to College by Fall 2022

76% of Fall 2021 College Freshmen Class Returned to College by Fall 2022

A new report examined persistence and retention rates for first-time college students to help institutions understand trends and disparities in this early success indicator.

Read: Howard University Shooting: Teen Charged in Construction Worker’s Death

Howard University Shooting: Teen Charged in Construction Worker’s Death

In the month of July, there were three fatal shootings on or near Washington, D.C., college campuses.

Read: Lawsuit: Harvard Legacy Admissions Practices Disadvantage Students of Color

Lawsuit: Harvard Legacy Admissions Practices Disadvantage Students of Color

The lawsuit claims 70% of applicants with ties to wealthy alumni or donors are White and that a portion of those students would not be admitted otherwise.

Read: How Howard University Quelled Campus Fears After 8 Racially Motivated Bomb Threats

How Howard University Quelled Campus Fears After 8 Racially Motivated Bomb Threats

Howard’s police chief discusses how traumas experienced by many within the campus community resurfaced following the threats and how the school addressed it.

Read: Florida A&M: Judge Approves Lawsuit Alleging Chronic Underfunding of HBCU

Florida A&M: Judge Approves Lawsuit Alleging Chronic Underfunding of HBCU

A 2022 investigation by Forbes found Florida A&M received $2,600 less per student than the University of Florida in 2020.

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