Black Infant Deaths Point to Flaw in U.S. Health Care System

Black Infant Deaths Point to Flaw in U.S. Health Care System

In a recent interview on “The Daily Show,” TV host Jon Stewart asked Fox political commentator Bill O’Reilly: “Does white privilege exist?” O’Reilly denied the existence of white privilege but conceded that as a collective, blacks carry more of a burden than whites. What exactly is the burden? Some argue the burden is carried within […]

  • Sports News Puts Focus on Society's Problems

    Recent sports news has been filled with terrible stories about racism, gender violence, child abuse, and concussion-related brain damage for one in three former NFL players.  With all the bad news, it is a time when we could all be depressed and anxious. But even these bad stories have helped the public focus on the […]

  • Redefining America's Ethnicity, Gender and Race

    When redefining the ethnicity, gender and race of American society, I find it is interrelated with the cultural dialogue. The African-American experience has always been tied to those topics. In America, the concept of the “one-drop rule” – that a single drop of “black blood” makes a person a black – was founded on sub-Saharan […]

  • What is the Cost of a Bad Hire?

    My friends in the Human Resources world are noticing an alarming trend. Colleges and universities are pumping out thousands of highly qualified students eagerly awaiting their first paycheck in the workforce. Unfortunately, simply completing the necessary coursework and earning a high grade point average isn’t enough to make them a productive member of today’s fast-paced […]


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  • Interfaith Forum to Feature Cultural, Religious Speakers

    Representatives of cultural and religious institutions will speak at UCF on Thursday, Oct. 16, at a forum to promote interfaith dialogue and understanding. The registration-only event, which includes a light breakfast and lunch, will be 9 a.m. to  2 p.m. in the Pegasus Ballroom of the Student Union. The program will feature representatives of different […]

  • White House Celebrates Education Alum as 'Champion of Change'

    College of Education and Human Performance alum Gonzalo La Cava was honored by the White House Monday as a “Champion of Change.” Champions of Change are educators who are doing extraordinary work to educate the next generation of Americans. Champions have distinguished themselves by devoting their time and energy to creating opportunities for young people […]

  • 'One Small Candle of Truth…Dispels a Lot of Darkness'

    America the Beautiful. The words punch the elevator button in our memory, and trolley up freighted meanings and classroom images from our innocent years in fourth grade. For the spacious skies of Montana. Amber waves of grain, swirling and roiling across an ocean of Kansas wheat fields. Purple mountain majesties reigning over Colorado. The fruited […]

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