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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.
- “As few as 20% of [low-income] black youth are employed at any one time.” – Dorcas Gilmore @ABAesq http://t.co/S5n8oHYI9T
- In Rhode Island, new kind of college gets state approval. Via @NPR http://t.co/P4w3GlggtO
- How one NOLA school got more kids into college by opening its doors, in @hechingerreport http://t.co/I2IuRIgy7H
- Being Healthy is a Journey, Not a Sprint. Via @CIForumTweets @3BLMedia @GSK http://t.co/uov3rWWwEJ http://t.co/UpE9Ev4C51