R.I.P. Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Staunch Feminist Supporter of Title IX Rights

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died September 18, 2020 at the age of 87, was famous for her staunch feminist support of Title IX rights—including the due process rights that protect the accused and alleged victims alike. The justice, fondly known in pop culture as “Notorious RBG,” has left a legacy of advocating… Continue reading R.I.P. Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Staunch Feminist Supporter of Title IX Rights

Professors May Not Be Prepared to Address Bias and Discrimination Among Students

A study conducted every three years by UCLA’s Higher Education Research Institute shows that professors throughout the United States are deeply concerned about discrimination and bias on campus. At the same time, the HERI survey shows that professors do not believe they are prepared to deal with these kinds of conflicts among their students. This… Continue reading Professors May Not Be Prepared to Address Bias and Discrimination Among Students