Campus conversations regarding reparations for African Americans in the U.S. have made headlines. Much less in the limelight are discussions about compensation for Native Americans for perceived stolen land.
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Facebook will let all employees who can work away from the office do so after the Covid pandemic is over.
Ibram X. Kendi will be visiting the college on September 20 after incoming students have read his book over the summer.
An American educator is persuading schools to implement viewpoint diversity in the classroom.
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More than a dozen states considered or passed legislation targeting critical race theory this year. How has this academic concept become so politicized?
President Joe Biden has revoked an executive order from his predecessor Donald Trump banning Chinese apps TikTok and WeChat in the US.
Women, femme-identifying and non-binary gamers are finally getting new opportunities, exciting pathways.
On the same day that the University of Virginia’s Board of Visitors endorsed a new statement on freedom of expression and freedom of inquiry, it also announced that it’s putting its statue of Revolutionary War officer George Rogers Clark in storage and erasing an inscription on its Whispering Wall.