By Jenise Jackson Blog Content Contributor To me, Black History Month is an exceptional reminder of black excellence. The black community coming together to celebrate each other is a wonderful thing. Yet, with the celebration I feel like it is … Continue reading Light Skin vs. Dark Skin: Why is This Still a Thing?
By Rikki Yanez Blog Content Contributor Being Hispanic it’s automatically assumed we are fluent in Spanish, lazy, like to party often and aren’t very educated. However, that’s not the case when it comes to most Hispanic people, especially the young … Continue reading Are You A True Hispanic?
By Savannah Howard Blog Content Contributor On Thursday, Feb. 1, Monteplier High School in Vermont became the first high school in the United States to raise a Black Lives Matter (BLM) flag. This was done in support of the BLM … Continue reading Representation in Education
By Brittney Hemmands Blog Content Contributor When looking at the world, it is easy to see how diverse we are. There are different races, cultures, languages, and so much more that makes all of us different. With all these differences, … Continue reading Let’s Talk About Stereotypes
By Allison Randel News Reporter The Philosophy Department’s Spring Series of the Philosophy Dialogues began Thursday afternoon with a conversation about race in society. The dialogue included a panel of four members of the Texas State community: Dr. Dwight Watson, … Continue reading Philosophy Department Continues to Get Conversation Started