Dr. Joseph Nwoye

August 17, 2018

A road Map: Me Too Movement Provides a Framework for Tackling Inequity, Racism, and Discriminatory Practices

The era of MeToo movement may have brought an important issue to light-the issue of sexual harassment, especially by powerful men towards women in workplaces.  The […]
August 13, 2018

Human Capacity to do Horrible Things and the Need for Progressives to Push Back

I hate weeks like this. I’m sitting here, on Sunday night reflecting on the day’s events, which included, watching the coverage of white supremacist and counter-demonstrators […]
July 31, 2018

What can Diversity Advocates Learn from the Power of Data-Driven Decision Making

With the advent of artificial intelligence and robotic technology, businesses are employing this newly gained power of information technology to gather data that is driving their […]
July 26, 2018

Ideas that inform: Great for thinkers

Why do we study history? The above question reminds me of my 5th-grade social studies teacher who continuously reminded my class of the old saying about […]
May 5, 2017

Diversity Issues

Confronting Bias in all it Forms We can all contribute to eradicating all forms of discriminatory practices by confronting individuals or group perpetrators through our response […]
March 31, 2017

Combating achievement gaps: a guide to parents and all those interested bridging the Gap

Why do we consistently have achievement gaps in our school system? The variation of the achievement gaps between the mainstream and minority students is real and […]
March 18, 2017

The power of diversity: learning and fostering increased human productivity.

With the advent of modern media combined with cultural driven ideologies, some argue that we are now more connected than at any other time in human […]