A Neuroscience Project Pushes to Include More African Americans in Brain Research
Features the work and comments of Dr. Kafui Dzirasa, an associate professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
GreatSchools Wanted to Disrupt Online School Ratings. But Did It Make Neighborhood Segregation Worse?
Cites a research study co-authored by Sharique Hasan, an associate professor of business administration
Thousands in NC Fell Through Cracks Between Eviction Halts Brought on by Pandemic
Quotes Jesse McCoy, supervising attorney at Duke Law’s Civil Justice Clinic, which helps tenants facing eviction in Durham
Reparations Is the Only Choice
Features the new book, “From Here to Equality,” co-authored by Sanford School professor William Darity Jr.
The Black Vote and Reparations
Interview with William Darity Jr.
Biden Vows to Change ‘Systemic Racism’ During First NC Appearance in Months
Quotes Kerry Haynie, an associate professor of political science and African and African American Studies at Duke
Breonna Taylor, HBO’s ‘Lovecraft Country’ and Black Women’s Fight for Voting Rights
Interview with Mark Anthony Neal, professor and chair of the Department of African & African American Studies at Duke
Duke and UNC Volleyball Squads Put Rivalry Aside on Video Promoting Social Justice
Features the efforts of a Duke alumna; quotes Duke players Kincey Smith and Ade Owokoniran
Grappling with How Racism Coexists With Faith
Panel discussion with Edgardo Colón-Emeric, an associate professor of reconciliation and theology, who comments on the theological roots of racism and…
$5 Million Grant Will Enable Duke Law to Continue Research to Improve the Criminal Justice System
Interview with Thomas Maher, executive director of the Wilson Center for Science and Justice