Message from Dean Stockton: Transgender girls
There are urgent moments when we must speak—passionately, vitally, vibrantly, insistently—on a critical matter of civil rights.
We Stand with Our Communities
The Division of Ethnic Studies kneels and grieves for the necessarily remembered names of all those killed with impunity.
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Ethnic Studies is a scholarly academic division that studies traditional forms of history and culture from the perspective of people who are underrepresented, while considering the role that race and racism play in today’s world.
The Ethnic Studies major explores differences in power as expressed by the state, civil society, and individuals, challenging social constructions of race, ethnicity, nationality, sexuality and gender.
Ethnic Studies offers 5 unique minors in African American, American Indian, Asian Pacific American, and Chicana/o Studies that allow for a more concentrated focus on a specific racialized population in the United States through the lens of history & politics, contemporary issues, literature, and gender & ethnicity