By Daniel Carr Joshon Allen is an employee at United Shore, one of the largest and fastest growing wholesale lenders
By Qortez Brown Eleven year-old Qui Nugyen left his home in Vietnam 17 years ago, with just his mother and
By Chelsee Peck Chelsee interviewed her grandmother, Cynthia Williams Linear, in a short audio story (transcript available) about her journey
By Angel Brandon Maria Horn is a sophomore and Psychology major at Oakland University. The Ohio native has a unique
By Adam Conigliaro In Southeast Michigan, a biracial American man faces discrimination from his extended family for his skin pigmentation.
By Sarah Gudenau Norunuhar “Noony” Ali is a nursing student in her sophomore year at Oakland University (OU) with an
By Eileen LeValley Meet John Chisholm. John immigrated to the United States from Shrewsbury, England, in 1979. He was an
Time for another class exercise with six-word stories to reflect on diversity and identity. Understanding. Curious. Passionate. Believer. Loving. Brazilian.
A Fall 2019 cohort of students in Elementary Education, with an Early Childhood Concentration, completed their last course, EC 3330.
By Adina Schneeweis When did you realize your race? It is not terribly difficult to think about moments when we