Week 6: The 2000s with Carol Anderson and Jetaun Davis

Week 6: The 2000s with Carol Anderson and Jetaun Davis

Welcome to week 6 of Shared Reading Experience - Black Domers: African-American Students at Notre Dame in Their Own Words. Corey discusses the 2000s with Carol Anderson and Jetaun Davis. This week's reading is chapter 6 of the book.

The 2000s

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Art for Thought: "Maquette for Wing Generator"

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Richard Hunt (American, b.1935), Maquette for Wing Generator, 1982/2010, Corten steel. Acquired with funds provided by Judith H. Kinney, 2010.030.

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Seeking common ground

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“I have a lot of very interesting conversations about race with my freshman and which…really stemmed out of me growing comfortable with the people that weren’t like me.” – Rathin Kacham

Most productive workforce may require indefinite affirmative action, study shows

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Affirmative action policies have been debated for decades and Supreme Court rulings have guided how universities structure their admission policies. It stands to reason that diverse graduating classes will ultimately lead to diverse workplaces, but this is not always the case.

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