We join Sammy Ali to learn about language in America. Sammy speaks with William McClure, Dean of Arts and Humanities and Professor of Japanese at Queens College about diversity on campus, why speaking multiple languages isn’t more prominent, and how language barriers affect the country.
Nev Yakubov is back with the second part of her podcast debut, Write or Die, continuing her discussion on Asian American writers.
Nev Yakubov introduces the first episode of her new series, Write Or Die, giving us a look at a debate between two great Asian American writers.
Latine students compare their university experiences at a fancy private college versus public school.
A discussion of structural inequalities along gender and race with Whitney Pirtle (UC Merced).
JT Thomas (Mississippi) on diversity at universities.
A discussion about ethno-nationalism and xenophobia with Joseph Baker (East Tennessee)
The complicated relationship between the police and America’s African-American community.
How do inequalities in access to digital technologies persist after everyone gets an iPad and access to a hotspot?
We discuss Eli Wilson’s research on inequality in the restaurant industry.