Media & Culture

Analyzing how race is shaped through media and pop culture.

Acknowledging the Anti-Blackness in Classical Art
A historical bust from the Roman period sits on a pedestal next to six other statues.

Acknowledging the Anti-Blackness in Classical Art

Historically, interpretations of classical art are based on preconceived notions of anti-blackness when whiteness is seen as the standard.

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Stop violence against Native women.

Stop violence against Native women.

Native women are facing a crisis of violence. Homicide is the third leading cause of death among Native girls and women aged 10 to 24, and the fifth leading cause of death for Native women aged 25 to 34. In the United States today, American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) women are nearly 2.5x more likely to be sexually assaulted than women in the general population. 70% of these violent victimizations are committed by persons of a different race (Department of Justice).

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How to Address Microaggressions
A woman talks to two colleagues.

How to Address Microaggressions

We must leverage our privilege to dismantle racial microaggressions in the workplace and other social spaces.

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The Role Intersectionality Plays in Justice for Black Women
A little girl looks up at a woman at a protest.

The Role Intersectionality Plays in Justice for Black Women

Breonna Taylor’s name, like most Black women, is missing in the fight for justice against police brutality and anti-Black violence due to a lack of intersectionality.

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