Tag Archives: Inequality

The End of Leaning In

 I recently came across a headline in the New York Times titled What Sheryl Sandberg’s ‘Lean In’ Has Meant to Women, then and now. My thoughts flashed back to why I never read this book. I then wondered “Are women still … Continue reading

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Systemic Racism

Re: “Olympics miss the mark on inclusion” [July 11, Opinion]: The most significant story of this moment after a year of racial reckoning is the continuing institutional degradation of Black women athletes even as their achievements are celebrated. A few examples must … Continue reading

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The Only

In 1996, I was a sophomore at Purdue University. As a member of student government, I was invited to an event at the Black Cultural Center. I was the only white person in a room of more than 100 Black … Continue reading

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Research & Evaluations🌱

Student’s description of site-specific activities this quarter: This quarter I conducted two surveys.On the first, with the assistance of my practicum instructor, I developed an Employee and Volunteer Survey. This survey was used to establish a list of volunteer staff … Continue reading

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Poverty Inequality 🌱

The activity that stands out most for me happened fall quarter after a house meeting. A staff member pulled the two foster youth aside and informed them that their case managers had gotten them backpacks and school supplies. I later … Continue reading

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