Why We Can’t Let The Current Moment of Change Through Our Fingers
The murder of George Floyd by the police in Minneapolis and the outrage from not just the Black community but communities throughout the entire country have created an energetic moment for universities to do some serious transformations. For too long, we’ve been satisfied with “not being racist.” We haven’t been focused on crushing racism. We are going back now and looking intently at everything we do. We’re rethinking how we’re structured and having conversations about how we are organized, how we make decisions.
Originally published: February 18, 2021
Author: Michael Crow
Institution: Arizona State University
Published by: Diverse Issues in Higher Education