- African American – How You See Me
- A Conversation About Growing Up Black
- A Conversation With Native Americans on Race
- A Conversation With White People on Race
- MIDDLE EASTERN – How You See Me
- ASIAN | How You See Me
- LATINX | How You See Me
- The Case for Reparations
- In Movies and on TV, Racism Made Plain
- The Quality Of Health Care You Receive Likely Depends On Your Skin Color
- The Report on Race That Shook America
- Why Trump’s Census Change Could Hit Asian-Americans Especially Hard
- America’s Next Generation Of Muslims Insists On Crafting Its Own Story
- What is Whiteness?
- Can You Lose A Language You Never Knew?
- The Rise Of Halal Cuisine In An Age Of Islamophobia
Academic Journals and Books
Solorzano, D., Ceja, M., & Yosso, T. (2000). Critical race theory, racial microaggressions, and campus racial climate: The experiences of african american college students. The Journal of Negro Education, 69(1), 60-73.
Matt Wray. Not Quite White: White Trash and the Boundaries of Whiteness . Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press. 2006.
Vega, I. E., & Colón-Berlingeri, M. (2016). Diversity is Inclusion. Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education, 14(2), E20–E21.
Barger, S., Donoho, C., & Wayment, H. (2009). The Relative Contributions of Race/Ethnicity, Socioeconomic Status, Health, and Social Relationships to Life Satisfaction in the United States. Quality of Life Research, 18(2), 179-189.
L90 AFAS 3542 — The Quest for Racial Reconciliation
L22 History 2674 — Sophomore Seminar: Slavery and Memory in American Popular Culture
Education 4511 Race, Ethnicity and Culture: Qualitative Studies in Education
L98-248 section 01: Latino/a Experiences in the United States
L98-3512 section 01: Model Minority: The Asian American Experience
L48 Anthro 3094 — Anthropology of LatinX
L48 Anthro 3163 — Archaeology of China: Food and People
L48 Anthro 4011 —Popular Culture and Consumption in Modern China
L05 Japan 4451 — Topics in Modern Japanese Literature: Sense and Sensuality in the Novels of Tanizaki Junichiro
L22 History 326B — Latin American Politics
L45 LatAm 2119 — First Year Seminar: Race and Ethnicity in Latin America: Myths, Realities and Identities