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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

January 19, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Black women are devalued

By | Apr 13, 2016

Black women and their art, when analyzed, are first criticized and then consciously studied, while black men have the privilege to first be studied and then critiqued.

Bowie leaves mixed legacy

By | Jan 27, 2016

The real problem here is if we are able to disconnect celebrities from their humanity, what does that say about the way we view each other?

MLK Day celebration includes discussions of police brutality

By | Jan 21, 2015

At the Jan. 19, Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebrations, both students and faculty led discussions on police brutality.

Senior finds his calling through spoken word

By | Apr 2, 2014

Ithaca College senior Dubian Ade has used his spoken word poetry to voice his opinions on issues in the community.

Students and artists share at poetry slam

By | Sep 20, 2013

The freedom to tell their story but the apprehension they feel when faced with telling the truth is what poets and Ithaca College students alike revealed during the “In Your Own Words!” poetry slam on Wednesday.

Editorial: Allies are few, solidarity is far

By | Sep 4, 2013

In the wake of racially charged issues, such as the killing of Trayvon Martin and the Supreme Court’s invalidation of Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act, it is disheartening that so few white people attended the 50th Anniversary March on Washington.

Rallying for Trayvon

By | Apr 6, 2012

As the Trayvon Martin case continues to spark a national outcry against racial profiling, Ithaca College students are uniting to incite awareness on a local level.

Under the hood

By | Apr 5, 2012

Students at Ithaca College and campuses nationwide are pulling up their hoods to shed light on the racial profiling discourse surrounding the Trayvon Martin case.

Documentarian discusses race

By | Apr 5, 2012

Amid the recent Trayvon Martin protests, racial relations sit on the forefront of American political discourse. But, according to documentary filmmaker and diversity educator Lee Mun Wah, the framework of the conversation remains skewed.