EDUCATION

Here are a few of the educational resources we're reading, watching and listening to during our re-learning process. We invite you to browse below and share any resources you've found helpful with us.

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Critical race theory (CRT) has become a new boogie man for people unwilling to acknowledge America’s racist history and how it impacts the present. Rashawn Ray and Alexandra Gibbons explain exactly what CRT is and look at state legislation aimed at banning it from U.S. classrooms.

The State of Black America® is the signature annual reporting of the National Urban League. Now in its 44th edition, the State of Black America® is one of the most highly-anticipated benchmarks and sources for thought leadership around racial equality in America across economics, employment, education, health, housing, criminal justice and civic participation.

Eddie Glaude, the chair of the Department of African American Studies at Princeton University, speaks to American culture, racism in 2019 and how President Trump is the "manifestation of the ugliness that's inside us." - from MSNBC

From PBS News Hour: Typically during a recession, community college enrollment goes up as unemployed workers start looking for new skills. But that’s not happening this time around, signaling trouble for the economy and individual families going forward, particularly for lower-income students and students of color. Hari Sreenivasan reports as part of our ongoing series, “Rethinking College.”

Virtual video event presented by all 12 District Banks of the Federal Reserve System

The Promise was a pledge from anonymous donors to pay up to 100 percent of tuition at any of Michigan’s state colleges or universities for graduates of the public high schools of Kalamazoo, Michigan.

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