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Black Rights Protests: A New Era?

Posted June 18, 2020

By Joe Feagin As some readers know, I have been researching and writing on Black antiracist movements, revolts, and rebellions now since 1970. With Harlan Hahn, I did the major social science book on the hundreds of 1960s Black “riots” against systemic racism, especially white policing racism (Ghetto Revolts: The Politics of American Violence, 1973, […]

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Opinion: Remove the Statue of Confederate General and Texas Ranger Lawrence Sullivan Ross at Texas A&M

Posted June 18, 2020

By Sonia Hernández, Nancy Plankey-Videla, Sarah McNamara, Michael Collins and Felipe Hinojosa Tradition defines Texas A&M University. In theory, there is nothing wrong with this principle. But what happens when institutional traditions symbolize white supremacy? We, faculty of Latinx and Mexican American studies, Africana studies and Multicultural Education, join our students and colleagues in their […]

Mary Campbell

Sociology Professor Selected to Receive “Achievements in Climate and Inclusion” Award

Posted May 14, 2020

Dr. Mary Campbell has been named a recipient of the College of Liberal Arts “Achievements in Climate and Inclusion” (ACI) Award for 2020.  This award recognizes those who regularly engage in service activities designed to encourage and facilitate a more inclusive  and welcoming climate for all.  Learn more about this award and previous recipients here: […]