Action: Racial Justice and Equity at BSU is designed to provide tangible examples of how the university is working to advance the cause of racial justice and equity through its commitment to implementing the recommendations from the Special Presidential Task Force on Racial Justice.
Issue Three: A study tour to London teaches students about the UK’s racial history. Meet the university’s student navigators, the Institute for Cape Verdean Studies works with Brockton, an aviation program aimed at underrepresented students, the Office of Teaching and Learning and more.
Issue Two: "It is important to note that this work is taking place in obvious and less obvious contexts, a sure sign of our collective commitment to racial justice and equity and to the continuing impact of the Presidential Task Force on Racial Justice." - Dr. Karim Ismaili
The Inaugural Issue: "Our goal is to build awareness of our collective progress, to discuss successes, overcome challenges, and describe how we all part of a grand project aimed at strengthening the university while also improving the sense of belonging that some in our community have not felt due to their minority status." - Dr. Karim Ismaili