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    • The Effects of the Black Student and the Black Cultural Center Concept on the WSU-La Crosse Environment: A Study of White Student Attitudes 

      Esquilin, Luis Ramon (1970)
      This paper is centered on one event, the phenomenon of black cultural centers and specifically the black cultural center at WSU-La Crosse, it's relationship to the university environment, with emphasis on white students' ...
    • Failed Sisterhood: Expectations and Betrayal Between the Women of the Antebellum South 

      Filidoro, Erica (2008-06-11)
      Mistresses and slave women in the antebellum South lived and often suffered together under an oppressive patriarchy. They all endured a kind of enslavement in a system that reduced all women to the property of White men ...
    • The McNair Scholars Journal, 2017 

      Semanko, Reggie L.; Milbradt, Nataly A.; Cabak, Jenessa I.; Jensen, Jade; Pitts, Gregory; Lee, David; Robinson, D’Andre; Nelson, Chantele; Bennett, Amber J.; Hammer, Alexandria; Kindstrand, Adelia (University of Wisconsin-Superior, 2017)
      The McNair Program at the University of Wisconsin-Superior prepares income eligible, first generation college students and students from groups underrepresented in graduate education for doctoral study. It is a nationwide ...
    • Oral History Interview: Harold Scheub (0720) 

      Lange, Robert; Scheub, Harold (2005-08)
    • Racial Diversity in the Workplace 

      Amundson, Emily J.; Anderson, Stefanie M.; Finley, Alexandra L.; George, Natalie G.; Michalski, Amanda R.; Sweeney, Stephanie C. (2011-05)
      The U.S. Census Bureau has predicted the number of racial minorities to increase 19% by 2050 which makes workplace diversity a central challenge for businesses in the 21st century (Hostager & Meuse, 2008). While diversity ...
    • US Religious Beliefs and Attitudes 

      Walkowlak, Nicholas J.; Schmidt, Abigail J.; Miller, Caitlin; Goodman, Jeffrey A. (2019-05)
      In 2017, White Christians (WCs) became a religious minority in the United States. We propose that, for WCs, learning about this demographic shift may result in a type of group-identity threat. When exposed to group ...