SMU Professors say recent federal anti-Chinese espionage initiatives unfairly target Asian professors for little more than their ethnicity.
After the recent hate crimes, attacks and discrimination AAPIs have been facing, SMU Dedman held a webinar as a call for action to stop Asian hate and to increase understanding about the roots of racism and xenophobia.
COVID-19 Brings an Increase of Anti-Asian Racism, Discrimination to America
The shock of George Floyd’s murder reverberated across the nation, unearthing long-ignored conversations about race and law enforcement. SMU was no exception.
By: Tyne Dickson Every word I share in this piece is important. Not because of my merit, but because the perspective of a Black student is rarely spoken outside the … Read More
Racism at SMU has long been ignored or minimized by the administration. Read why President Turner’s most recent statement may be a turning point.
Caroline Hogan gives the latest on a controversial issue surfacing on the Hilltop.
344 lynchings of African-Americans occurred in Texas between the years of 1877-1950, with Anderson county ranking 13th, with 22 victims, on the top 25 list of counties with the most lynching victims.
Junior receiver Kevin Thomas posted a photo from a direct message he reportedly received filled with racist slurs.
The SMU Association of Black Students (ABS) hosted a meeting in Hughes-Trigg Student Center Forum at 8 p.m. on Nov. 16 to discuss recent incidents of hateful behavior on campus, problems festering in the community in order to propose solutions to incite positive change.