Browsing The Office of Research, Innovation and Graduate Education by Subject "Racism"


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  • Franklin-Phipps, Asilia (University of Oregon, 2018-09-06)
    This dissertation is an exploration of how teaching and learning about race and racism happens in the context of a particularly racially charged political and cultural climate—Black Lives Matter rallies and activism, the ...
  • Woody, Ashley (University of Oregon, 2021-09-13)
    This dissertation examines how racism structures the lives and emotions of communities of color in Portland, Oregon. As the U.S. becomes more racially diverse, Portland remains the whitest U.S. city with a population over ...
  • Dunbar, Rena (University of Oregon, 2020-09-24)
    Courses in ethnic studies challenge power dynamics in the classroom, create the conditions for multiple experiences and perspectives to be present, and examine the history and legacy of racism and how it operates. Additionally, ...

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