Oppression = Prejudice + Power.
Ways oppression works:
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Discrimination in education -- United States
Poor children -- Education -- United States
Children with social disabilities -- Education -- United States
Academic achievement -- Social aspects -- United States
Affirmative action programs in education
Segregation in education
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The Office for Diversity and Equity and Shepherd University teams are so very excited about the upcoming Juneteenth and activities throughout our service area! Please read our article and join the celebration!
Dr. Chiquita Howard-Bostic
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"The American community college system is the most egalitarian system of higher education in the world. We accept the top 100% of every high school graduating class, all of them without exception and without apology. We accept learners of all ages at any point in their life. Our colleges are beacons of hope and opportunity. For some, they are the first chance to go to college, and for others, the last and only chance."
Text source: "Why Diversity and Equity Matter: Reflections from a Community College President" see link to the right
"By substituting diversity and inclusion rhetoric for transformative efforts to promote equity and justice, colleges have avoided recognizable institutional change."
Text source: "Language of Appeasement", March 2017 Inside Higher Ed