By Joe Pettit, SHECP Council Member. Dr. Pettit is Associate Professor in the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies at Morgan State University in Baltimore. 11 Easy Mistakes to Make When Thinking About Racial Inequality
Timothy S. Jost, Robert L. Willett Family Professor of Law at Washington and Lee University, a featured speaker on the Affordable Care Act at the SHECP symposium on August 5, 2014, wrote an analysis and
“Spotlight on Poverty and Opportunity” posted a commentary today by SHECP executive director, Harlan R. Beckley, “Why Don’t Students Learn about Poverty?” Spotlight on Poverty and Opportunity was launched in October 2007 by major U.S. foundations to foster
Those who are familiar with the University of Central America (UCA), the Jesuit university in El Salvador, have long been impressed with the way that the school is organized around a complete institutional commitment –
SHECP Executive Director, Harlan Beckley, spoke at the Chautauqua Institution this summer on “Rethinking Poverty and Inequality: Changing Higher Education.” Beckley’s talk was part of a series on poverty sponsored by the Department of Religion.