With a new revolution in Egypt, women were beginning to feel safe from sexual harassment and oppressive social customs. Yet the February 11 assault on CBS News correspondent Lara Logan, who was covering the uprising, shows that the threat of violence against women remains. CBS said...
The Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity celebrates 10 years of opening minds. by Lorraine Berry
The week of October 15, 2009, a justice of the peace in Louisiana refused a multiracial couple a marriage license. Ten months into the presidency of a biracial man, in an era pundits have declared “post-racial,” such overt acts of racism seem...
CSCRE hosts dialogue on “Race, Torture, and the State.”
by Liz Getman ’09
The United States has the highest per capita incarceration rate in the world, with 2.2 million people currently serving time in correctional institutions. Nearly 40 percent of them are African American — yet African Americans...