• Corpus ID: 150742530

Stirring the Ashes: Race Class and the Future of Civil Rights Scholarship

  title={Stirring the Ashes: Race Class and the Future of Civil Rights Scholarship},
  author={Fran Ansley},
  journal={Cornell Law Review},
Introduction: This Is Only the Beginning
Before we begin, we honor and offer gratitude to the Indigenous peoples who cared for the lands where the majority of this introductory chapter was written and the majority of the collection was
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Exploring White individuals' perceptions of Black atheists' trustworthiness, racial identity, and feelings of warmth.
  • S. Howard
  • Psychology
    International journal of psychology : Journal international de psychologie
  • 2022
Anti-atheist bias in the United States is both persistent and pervasive. However, most experimental psychological research demonstrating anti-atheist bias have used White targets or targets whose
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Severe under-representation of Black women academic nurse leaders persists in United States higher education, and a major research gap still exists regarding experiences of these leaders, and
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ABSTRACT Structural racism and white supremacy are hot topics that spark debate amongst UK archivists. This paper makes use of a survey created as part of a Masters in Archives and Records Management
Gainesville’s Forgotten Neighborhood
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