IC Journal of Race, Culture, Gender, and Ethnicity
The Ithaca College Journal of Race, Culture, Gender, and Ethnicity is a student-run undergraduate academic journal established in the fall of 2004 by Joseph Piko Ewoodzie and Andreas Schneider.
By giving students the opportunity to publish their best work concerning issues of race, culture, gender, and ethnicity we hope to stimulate reflective thinking and help make Ithaca College a more racially, ethnically, culturally and intellectually diverse school.
As Ithaca College strives to increase racial, ethnic diversity and awareness among students and faculty, this project aids in creating that atmosphere and serves as a vital extension of various cultural diversity programs implemented on campus.
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Click to read: Volume 8 - Spring 2015