Race & Equity

We Need to Start Talking More About Advanced Care Planning

King Charles III’s thoughtful resumption of royal duties, months after his cancer diagnosis sheds light on…

The Reality of PrEP for Black Women: The Provider Disconnect

A recent New York Times article highlighted that of the more than 39 million people living with…

Global Diversity at the United Nations Security Council

While the world discusses the rising tension in the Middle East due to the recent…

Follow up in Higher Ed: Responses to DEI Attacks Require Deep Support

Diversity, equity, inclusion, and access initiatives continue to be under attack in many states, including Illinois, Texas, Florida, Tennessee, as well as…

Schrodinger’s Race – The Paradox of the MENA Identity

The path to becoming a physician is wrought with standardized testing — from the SAT…

Improving Health Outcomes for Indigenous Communities

The buzz around the ten-time Oscar-nominated movie, Killers of the Flower Moon, based on a…

Awards shine spotlight on Asian representation in Hollywood

Asian-made film and TV productions – and their creators and actors – have been collecting…

Teen’s Hair Threatens White Supremacy, not Education

High school student Darryl George has been kept from school, suspended for months because he…

Black Women and Endometriosis

The first endometriosis drug in 40 years may be available within five to seven years.…

It Wasn’t the Confederate Flag that Enraged Me

It was a hell-hot southwest Louisiana day. I had just left the investment property my…

Where are the voices of Black women and girls in HIV awareness?

Over the last three decades, there have been tremendous strides in HIV research, prevention and…

Black Lives (don’t) Matter in Higher Education

As a Black tenure-track professor, I was surprised when I walked onto my current campus and realized…

Reimagining the American Dream: Bridging Homeownership, Sustainability, and Equity

Homeownership is more than a status symbol; it is interwoven into the fabric of the…

Black America’s Legacy of Environmental Sustainability

During Black History Month, we often overlook the environmental stewardship practiced by Black Americans, particularly…

Double Edge Sword: The Reality of Being a Woman of Color Consultant

A federal appeals court recently blocked Fearless Fund’s grant program from awarding funding to Black-women-run…