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The Danger of Racial Colorblindess

Have you ever heard the phrase “I don’t see color,” when talking about race or ethnicity? Color blindness is the idea that ignoring or overlooking racial and ethnic...

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Perspectives of Black Men in Law School, Part 2

Black men make up less than 5% of lawyers in the United States. Though drastically underrepresented in the legal profession, Black men are overrepresented in the number of...

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Perspectives of Black Men in Law School, Part 1

Black men make up less than 5% of lawyers in the United States. Though drastically underrepresented in the legal profession, Black men are overrepresented in the number of...

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Breaking the Unconscious Bias Habit

According to research, bias is a habit that begins to take shape at an early age. As we form our own social identities surrounding things like ethnicity, race, sexual orientation,...

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The Importance of Inclusion at ND Law

What does it mean to be part of an inclusive law school community? On this episode of The DEI Podcast, Marisa Simon ’10, Director of Admissions at Notre Dame Law School,...

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Staying in the Game

What do DEI efforts look like in the sports and entertainment industry? How do mandates like the NFL’s Rooney rule impact diversity and inclusion at the highest levels of...

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Understanding Imposter Feelings

Have you ever felt like an imposter? Unqualified for the job, less intelligent than your classmates, or undeserving of your accomplishments, and that somehow you managed to...

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Justice in Housing

Imagine being at risk of losing your home. For many low-income families, record unemployment caused by Covid-19 and Covid-related deaths of income-earning family members have made...

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The DEI Podcast with Max Gaston: The Mental Health Crisis in Prisons

What happens to a person’s mind when you lock them in a cage no bigger than a parking space? When they’re constantly exposed to dehumanizing, unsanitary, loud, and violent...

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The DEI Podcast with Max Gaston – Advocating for the Innocent: Exoneration Justice

“Innocent people should not be in prison.” (Anna McGinn, Notre Dame Law School ‘22). Advocating for the Innocent: Exoneration Justice | RSS.com Exoneration justice is the...

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Notre Dame Forum

Forum 22-23: New and Old Wars, New and Old Challenges to Peace!

On March 1, 2023, Cardinal Robert McElroy, the bishop of San Diego, led a discussion on the moral challenges of war and nuclear arms at the University of Notre Dame. 

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