Over the last few decades, minority enrollment at America’s colleges and universities has increased exponentially. These institutions, many predominantly white, like to tout enrollment rates as evidence of their commitment to racial diversity. But do these numbers tell the whole story? Professor Bedelia Richards details how black students still frequently experience discrimination on campus, what this means for their education and wellbeing, and how universities can make change to help create more inclusive campuses.
- Read Richards’ brief, How to Create Inclusive Environments for Black Students on Predominantly White College Campuses
- Check out her post for Inside Higher Ed, Is Your University Racist?