As campuses erupted in protests over racism recently, college officials became increasingly aware that diversifying the student body is only one step toward building a more equitable society. Students from minority groups also needed to feel welcome and to have their voices heard. That meant that officials had to pay more attention to the sometimes-insensitive or even racist behavior of everyone on campus and to issues of inclusiveness in the curriculum. This 40-page collection examines the issues that have driven recent protests, and how colleges are reacting.
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