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.
Ever notice how one hundred hours of doing good doesn’t make people perceive you as ethical, but one lapse of judgment can brand you as unethical for life?