Global Intersections of Religion Race and Culture | Butler University

Global Intersections of Religion Race and Culture | Butler University

BOESAK: Good evening, ladies and gentlemen. My name is Allan Boesak, I am the executive director of the Desmond Tutu Center here at CTS and at Butler University. It is my present duty to welcome you all to tonight’s edition of our seminar on race, religion, and reconciliation. One of the great joys of being […]

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Getting Started Global Freshman Academy

Getting Started Global Freshman Academy

SPEAKER: Welcome to the Global Freshman Academy, a groundbreaking new way to earn university credit. We’re open to everyone. There’s no application, no transcripts, or GPA required. If you want to earn credit, you can. The best part? You only pay for it after you successfully complete the course. And it’s cost effective. You’ll be […]

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Gloria Ladson-Billings presents “Hip Hop/Hip Hope: Reinventing Culturally Relevant Pedagogy”

Gloria Ladson-Billings presents “Hip Hop/Hip Hope: Reinventing Culturally Relevant Pedagogy”

Good evening. Good evening. Now, people told me this is at least partly the south. Good evening. [crowd responds] Good evening. Thank you. My name is Rob Helfenbein and I am the Associate Dean of Loyola University Maryland’s School of Education. It’s my great pleasure to welcome you tonight for this special event with Dr. […]

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Rethinking the Nature of Prejudice

Rethinking the Nature of Prejudice

-John Turner: In the first lecture of this series, I outlined the notion of a prejudice theory of social conflict.  This is the idea of negative attitudes towards outgroups being a function of irrationality and deficit at the level of individual psychology. I also briefly outlined what I take to be some of the fundamental […]

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Can ‘cultural proficiency’ among teachers help close student achievement gap?

Can ‘cultural proficiency’ among teachers help close student achievement gap?

JUDY WOODRUFF: Racial disparity in academic achievement remains one of the leading problems in American education, both at the K-12 and the college level. A number of studies show greater diversity in the teaching profession can address some of those concerns. Hari Sreenivasan has a look at a teacher training program that is aiming to […]

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Cultural Diversity at Cal State East Bay #YouAreWelcomeHere

Cultural Diversity at Cal State East Bay #YouAreWelcomeHere

Welcome to California State University, East Bay. Cal State East Bay is located in California at the heart of the Bay Area. Students, Faculty and Staff mirror the diversity of the San Francisco Bay Area It is nationally recognized and constantly awarded as one of the most culturally diverse campuses across the United States Aside […]

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BGSU Pop Culture Library

BGSU Pop Culture Library

this year we’re celebrating the fiftieth birthday the brown popular culture library we began in 1969 with a radical idea to bring the popular fiction and other items like comic books and movie scripts into an academic library and we’re still going strong 50 years later so some of our biggest collections are mystery collection […]

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