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Oct 12 2016 | Stanford GSB | Posted In: In the News, Research
Research shows why understanding the source of discrimination matters. If the United States is a melting pot for racial and ethnic diversity, the pot seems to be boiling over in this presidential election. Whether racism is on the rise, there is no question that attitudes toward racial and ethnic...
Oct 11 2016 | Stanford Law School Press | Posted In: Awards, In the News
The John and Terry Levin Center at Stanford Law School honored two exceptional lawyers last night for their extensive commitment to public service. The Honorable Thomas E. Perez, the 26th United States Secretary of Labor, received the National Public Service Award, while Salena Copeland, JD ’07,...
Oct 4 2016 | Stanford GSB | Posted In: Faculty, In the News
Being open about who you are can help you succeed. More than half of all people who are gay do not disclose their sexual identity at work, says the Human Rights Campaign, an advocacy group for the LGBTQ community. Clearly, coming out still carries risk — even in 2016 — but so does staying in the...
Sep 30 2016 | Posted In: Dialogue
Concern Area: Extracurricular Diversity: Haas Center for Public Service Progress as of September 30, 2016 Follow-up Items:
Sep 30 2016 | Posted In: Dialogue
Concern Area: Divestment from Violence Against Marginalized Communities Progress as of September 30, 2016   Follow Up Items

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