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Submissions from 2017

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We've Only Just Begun: Students' Experiences During the 1970's, John E. Adams, Charles Bush, Ronald Morris, and Lewis Nixon

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Lessons from Charlottesville thru a Critical Lens: Is It Okay to Punch a Nazi? How to Make Real Social Change?, Nickolas Becker OSB and Kelly R. Kraemer

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Anthropological Approaches to Race, Ellen Block

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Lessons from Charlottesville thru a Critical Lens: Fake News and Echo Chambers: How Can We Stop the Spiral?, Catherine Bohn-Gettler, Kelly A. Berg, Dana Drazenovich, and Whitney L. Court

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Lessons from Charlottesville thru a Critical Lens: Public Memory: How Monuments Reflect Our Shared History, Carol Brash, Nicole Hurt, Kyhl Lyndgaard, Jim Read, and Shannon Smith

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Critical Racial and Social Justice Education, Robin DiAngelo

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Revisiting Japanese-American Internment amid talk of a Muslim Registry, Jeff DuBois

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Lessons from Charlottesville thru a Critical Lens: Envisioning Country and Campus Anew, Theresa Johnson, Jeanne Cofell, and Catherine Bohn-Gettler

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Where You Sit is What You See: Residential Patterns and Race in America, Kenneth M. Jones

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Building King's World House: Trump, Sanctuary & Benedictine Values, Kelly Kraemer

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Lessons from Charlottesville thru a Critical Lens: Free Speech v. Hate Speech, Emily B. Paup, Shane Miller, Kathryn L. Cox, and Terrance Check

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Cells for Sale? Business Ethics, Medical Ethics, and Henrietta Lacks, Deborah Pembleton and Barbara J. May

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The Arts, Empathy & Racial Justice: Reimagining Together What Is Possible, Christopher Pramuk

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The Justice and Respect for All Project: Immigrants, Refugees, and the Constitution, Jim Read

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A Proposition Concerning Survival: Black Students Occupy the SJU President's Office, Peggy L. Roske and Kenneth M. Jones

Submissions from 2016

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The Future of Race in America, Jeffrey Anderson

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Anthropology of Race, Ellen Block

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Color Conscious Casting and Educational Theater: How to Produce Diverse, Inclusive Theater in a Liberal Arts College Responsibly, Amelia Cheever

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Compassion Matters, M. Shawn Copeland

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"Our Nation Was Born in Genocide": MLK and American Indian Civil Rights, Ted Gordon

From Spirituals to Hip-Hop: Social Justice Through Song, Mary Hinton

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Race in America: Where You Sit is What You See, Kenneth M. Jones

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What CSB/SJU Students of Color Want Their Faculty to Know Regarding Creating More Inclusive Classroom Environments, Jean Keller, Jerly Alcala, Stacey Guzman, Daniel YengKong Yang, Stephen Nuah, Bryanna Williamson, Kenea Andrews, and Frida Alvarez

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Free Speech, Race and Student Protests, Shannon Smith and Jeff DuBois

Submissions from 2015

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The Time is Always Now: Upholding Legacies of Activism and Diversity Leadership in 21st Century America, Michael Benitez

Submissions from 2014

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Access & Excellence, Past, Present, & Future: The Inspirational Legacy of Martin Luther King as a Challenge for Educators Today, Lisa Flores

Submissions from 2012

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Memories of the King: How the Memorialization of the Civil Rights Movement is shaping American Culture and Race Relations, Kirt Wilson