A few months after the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. in 1968, two Black social scientists in Southern California approached a fledgling academic publisher with a unique proposition: let us launch a journal for another fledgling — the discipline of Black studies.
Lecturer Lori Patton Davis of The Ohio State University asks: Why are we still climbing the hill of educational equity 67 years after the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark decision in Brown v. Board of Education?
Children’s rights activist Marian Wright Edelman, the founder or the Children’s Defense Fund and its leader for four decades, will receive the 2022 Daniel Patrick Moynihan Prize from the American Academy of Political and Social Science.
Listen to SAGE’s webinar on new ways we can look at and measure the societal impact of research within Business & Management. […]
This one-hour webinar, “Positioning Underrepresented Minority Students for College: Best Practices of Precollegiate Pathway Programs,” will kick of a series of three conversations with Curtis Byrd and Rihana Mason.
Racial/ethnic identity groups have endured racial profiling, are targets of hate crimes, and are often viewed not as individuals but as a […]
Academic staff have been working harder than ever, and after an incredibly tough 18 months they are now prioritizing their wellbeing as a top concern. What can academic publishers learn from this?
National Hispanic Heritage Month, which the United States observes between September 15 and October 15, was created by a 1988 law after […]