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    Evolutions of Womanism

    September 2021

    Layli Maparyan, Ph.D., and Sheron Fraser-Burgess, Ph.D., will discuss the importance of the African/African-descended worldview in higher education and global problem solving today.

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    Engaging Black Girls in STEM With Culturally Responsive Education

    August 2021

    LaShawnda Lindsay, Ph.D., discusses how Black Girls Create and other culturally responsive maker programs can boost Black girls' interest and success in STEM.

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    What Could Be More American Than Critical Race Theory?

    July 2021

    Through Critical Race Theory, Black, Latinx, and Asian American thinkers have stood up to ask why people of color should not receive equal treatment under the law. "What could be more American than that?" ask Layli Maparyan, Ph.D., and LaShawnda Lindsay, Ph.D.

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    New Research on the Health and Wellbeing of LGBTQ+ Teens

    June 2021

    New studies help us understand more about the experiences of LGBTQ+ teens.

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    COVID-19 and Paid Leave

    June 2021

    Deniz Çivril, Ph.D., discusses ongoing studies related to the COVID-19 pandemic, paid sick leave, and paid parental leave.

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Fathers Have a Role to Play in Their Teens' Sexual Health

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A journal article co-authored by Jennifer Grossman, Ph.D., explores how fathers can positively contribute to their teenage child’s sexual health.

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Editing the Code of Violence in Northern Nigeria through STEAM Education

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Hauwa Ibrahim, J.D., S.J.D., M.L., and LaShawnda Lindsay, Ph.D., explain how they worked to steer youth away from extremism through science, technology, engineering, arts, and math education.

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NIOST to Study Impact of STEM Program for Rural Girls

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The National Institute on Out-of-School Time partnered with a STEM education program to study which practices work better for girls in rural areas.

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Social Biases Impede Justice for Sexual Assault Victims

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 Gavel and handcuffsAssumptions about a potential jury’s social biases are tied to sexual assault cases dropping out of the criminal justice system.

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Preventing Sexual Harassment in Schools

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Stop sexual harassment written on chalkboardNan Stein, Ed.D., brings Shifting Boundaries, a middle school sexual harassment prevention program, to new audiences.

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Examining Black Motherhood

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African American mother and daughter color Visiting Scholar Karen Craddock, Ph.D., examines Black motherhood in a new book chapter.

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Child and Parent Depression Connections

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Sad African American mother and child embraceTracy Gladstone, Ph.D., and colleagues identify a connection between youth and parents dealing with anxiety and depression.

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Collaborating to Advance Equity and SEL

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Kamilah Drummond-Forrester, M.A., Gail Cruise-Roberson, and Sarah Fiarman lead a workshop on equity and SEL at Tufts University.The National SEED Project and Open Circle teamed up to facilitate a workshop on equity and social and emotional learning at Tufts University.

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Conversations with Extended Family Can Boost Teen Sexual Health

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Adult woman and teen talkA study by Jennifer M. Grossman, Ph.D., explored how extended families support teens’ sexual health.

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Does #MeToo Represent Black Girls’ Experiences with Sexual Violence?

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Tarana Burke, founder of #MeToo Movement.Scholars from WCW investigate how Black women and girls cope with sexual violence and whether #MeToo reflects their experiences.

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