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DEI programs can foster a stronger sense of belonging among college students from minority groups. Ariel Skelley/DigitalVision via Getty Images

How DEI rollbacks at colleges and universities set back learning

DEI programs bolster college students’ sense of identity and belonging. Without these programs, they stand to miss out on crucial learning and career opportunities.
Supporters of the African National Congress at its ‘victory’ rally in Johannesburg ahead of the 2024 general election. Zhang Yudong/Xinhua via Getty Images

Death of a liberation movement: how South Africa’s ANC became just a regular political party – with some help from Jacob Zuma

Never has the future of South Africa’s politics been more uncertain, but the one certainty is that the ANC’s standing as a liberation movement is dead.
Racialized people are dsproportionately affected by diabetes, but are underrepresented in clinical studies. (Shutterstock)

Whose health matters? The diversity deficit in clinical trials

Diabetes trials are leaving out people who are most affected by diabetes, which creates a series of problems include the greater likelihood of missing rare and potentially dangerous side effects.
Culture and system changes take time and require resources. People seen walking on the University of British Columbia campus in Vancouver, B.C., in 2013. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

How universities can move beyond a ‘diversity crisis’ mode of equity planning

Universities must not only invest in dedicated senior equity leader roles with specialized knowledge and expertise. They must also ensure these roles are resourced and empowered with authority.
Oscar wins through the years: 1. Hattie McDaniel, best supporting actress with Fay Bainter, 1940. 2. Whoopi Goldberg, best supporting actress, 1991. 3. Halle Berry, best actress, 2002. 4. Jennifer Hudson, best supporting actress, 2007. 5. Mo'Nique, best supporting actress, 2010. 6. Lupita Nyong’o, best actress, 2014. 7. Octavia Spencer, best supporting actress, 2012. 8.Viola Davis, best supporting actress, 2017 9. Da'Vine Joy Randolph, best supporting actress, 2024. (AP | Oscars | Shutterstock)

Nine years after #OscarsSoWhite, a look at what’s changed

It’s been nine years since #OscarsSoWhite called out a lack of diversity at the Oscars. Has anything changed? Prof. Naila Keleta-Mae and actress Mariah Inger unpack the progress.

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