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Janet Chang, PhD, an assistant research scientist at the University of Connecticut, has authored, Culture Counts: Considering Norms and Nuance in Latino and Asian Cultures. Dr. Chang is an alumna of the RWJF New Connections program, for which Equal Measure serves as the National Program Office.
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What is Systemic Racism?
Race Forward has launched a new video series, What is Systemic Racism? The series focuses on topics such as the wealth gap, employment, and housing discrimination, among other issues.
- Transportation More Important than Schools, Crime, in Escaping Poverty, via @Shelterforce http://t.co/9josL3ptbL
- New @AECFNews rept-Every Kid Needs a Family: Giving Children in the Child Welfare System the Best Chance for Success http://t.co/tWsk0XPfUi
- Worth checking out @readyby21 Roundtable on Readiness and Schools: Filling the Traps and Closing the Gaps, on 6/9 https://t.co/JuhpupylHE
- We're teaming w/@FHI360 @AccessHigherEd on @All4Ed webinar: Data Systems for Increasing Postsecondary Success on 6/4. http://t.co/Qi1nugEoSa