Tag Archives: racial discrimination

US Neighborhoods Still Divided, Contributes to Racial Inequality

While legal segregation in the United States ended decades ago, many American cities, such as Kansas City, Missouri, St. Louis, and Chicago are still divided. It can be hard to alleviate racial tensions and prevent racial discrimination in major cities where segregation is very much apparent. New census data has shown black-white segregation is slightly… Read More »

Poll on Racial Discrimination

Following a week of tragic shootings and political uproar, many individuals may feel conflicted. The article below describes the results of surveys that were taken to obtain feedback on topics such as the Black Lives Matter movement, policing, voting, racial issues and race discrimination. The results of these polls provide some insight on how registered… Read More »

Race Initiatives at MU and UM

In Fall of 2015, the University of Missouri System Board of Curators announced several race initiatives for its four campuses, in Columbia, Kansas City, Rolla and St. Louis. One position created was that of chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer. Also included in the restructuring was the Office for Civil Rights and Title IX. The… Read More »