I am writing to share with you an update on the Social Justice Center (SJC) in advance of Sylvia Spears’ departure to College Unbound in Rhode Island.
Dr. Anthony Pinder, Vice Provost for Internationalization & Equity, contributed to a recent article debating the question of whether Critical Race Theory should be part of the K-12 curriculum in the United States.
I am inspired by the possibilities of what the Emerson community can achieve together, if we—as Dr. Spears calls upon us to do—reflect, learn, and take action to liberate ourselves from the pernicious practices and beliefs that oppress Black and Brown people.
What does it mean to celebrate the abolition of slavery while many continue to fight for the fundamental promises of abolition?
The Juneteenth resources guide includes local activities, videos, books and more.
We asked Emerson faculty members about this lack of representation and visibility in the media, how it affects Asian Americans, and what needs to happen to reverse the trend.
I bear the bittersweet news that Dr. Spears will be resigning from her position as Vice President for Equity & Social Justice to accept a leadership position of Vice President for Administration & Innovation and Distinguished Professor of Educational Equity and Social Justice at College Unbound in Providence, Rhode Island, effective August 1.
They’ll talk about their work, their lives, and their perspectives as AAPI women.
As a community, we must do better for our students and community members with disabilities.
As we shift our minds to the summer months, we pause for a moment to acknowledge all that has happened in the world and at Emerson this past year.