St. Paul Principal recognized for Equity work

A principal of a school in St. Paul was recognized for infusing equity with her work with students, caregivers, and staff.

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White Teacher Expectations of Black Students

A recent research publication focusing on teacher expectation of students found that white teachers are more likely to have lower expectation of black student outcome or performance, and even more so when asked about expectations of black male students. The discussion can be found at the link below:

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Developing Culturally Competent Services: A Guide for Community Based Organizations

The National Research Center on Hispanic Children and Families has produced a guide for community based organizations seeking to improve services for diverse populations. The guide can be found at the link below:

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Wealth Gap between Black or Latino Families and White Single Parents

Data indicates a wage gap between Black or Latino two parent households and white single parent households. A two parent Black or Latino household is likely to earn less than a white, single parent household.

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The Wealth Gap and Impact on African Americans

In some communities there is growing concern about the specific disappearance of the African American middle class. The link below discusses the wealth gap impacting African Americans.

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The Murder of Emmett Till: Winona State University Discussion

Winona State University Spring 2017 Co-Curricular Programming

Winona State University

The Murder of Emmitt Till – Viewing & Discussion
Tuesday, January 17, 2017
SLC 120
7:00 – 8:30 PM
Sponsored by: The Inclusion and Diversity, the K.E.A.P. Diversity Resource Center & Minnesota State College Southeast Technical
Free & Open to the Public

In August 1955, a fourteen-year-old black boy whistled at a white woman in a grocery store in Money, Mississippi. Emmett Till, who was from Chicago, didn’t understand that he had broken the unwritten laws of the Jim Crow South until three days later, two white men dragged him from his bed in the dead of night, beat him brutally and then shot him in the head. Although his killers were arrested and charged with murder, they were both acquitted quickly by an all-white, all-male jury. Shortly afterwards, the defendants sold their story, including a detailed account of how they murdered Till, to a journalist. The murder and trial horrified the nation and the world. Till’s death was a spark that helped mobilize the civil rights movement. Three months after his body was pulled from the Tallahatchie River, the Montgomery bus boycott began.

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Culturally Responsive Instruction During Holidays

A link to an article discussing ways to be culturally responsive during holiday periods.

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