Two Racial Tipping Points?

I’ve been wondering lately whether we’re moving toward two very different racial tipping points, both at the same time. Tipping Point Number One:  Not Your Mother’s Civil Rights Movement A student asked me after class Wednesday where I thought the most racial progress is being made today.  Interesting question!  I told him that the post-Ferguson […]

Segregation means that the similar is also the familiar

An international research team has been studying racial bias in children—how it develops and how it can be addressed. We have known for a long time that babies and young children look longer at things they like, and not so long at things they don’t like.  Pretty straightforward, right?  More recently, we learned that when […]