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Interdisciplinary, Gender, and Ethnic Studies allows students to create degree programs from courses across disciplinary boundaries, including cultural studies, linguistic studies, Asian studies, Latin American studies, multi-disciplinary studies, and social science studies.
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Interdisciplinary, Gender, and Ethnic Studies In The News
It’s no secret that in the Black community, when it came to mental health, silence ruled as many families adopted a ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ mentality. Black folks didn’t talk about their “touched” uncle locked in the back room, or they urged their loved ones to “suck it up because if we made it through slavery, we could make it through anything.”
A remark Gov. Henry McMaster has been making about Democrats at Republican events for the last three decades ignited outcry over the weekend as Democrats say the comment promotes violence and evokes South Carolina’s sordid history of slavery.
Graduation season is upon us! We’re starting to see high schoolers and college grads descending on scenic spots around Las Vegas to take portraits — sometimes with elaborate additions to their stoles, gowns, and mortar board graduation caps.
The FBI says hate crimes against Asian Americans have increased 73%. In the last two years, that's compared to a 13% increase in hate crimes overall. And in January, the White House released its first ever national strategy to address several major issues in the Asian American Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) communities, including combating anti-Asian hate.
The United States was built on more than just the work of our founding fathers. Channel 13 speaks with a UNLV professor who's making sure the Black perspective is not forgotten. Rachel Moore reports.
The United States was built on more than just the work of our founding fathers. There are, of course, men and women of different colors and races who helped form this country. Channel 13 speaks with a UNLV professor who's making sure the Black perspective is not forgotten.