Race permeates every aspect of our lives – a social construction that carries significant, real-world consequences. Racial issues in the United States are formed and molded through an amalgamation of public policy decisions at multiple levels. The inherent conflict between policy enactment, perceptions, and enforcement, all through the lens of racial ideology, will be explored.
UIC Faculty Fellows receive support for exceptional research projects focusing on race and ethnicity that have the potential to influence public debate, community practice, and policy decisions. This support can take one of two forms: up to two course releases per year; or a research grant award of up to $5,000 per year for individuals and up to $10,000 per year for teams. To learn more, download the and read about our current and former . The deadline to apply for the Faculty Fellowship is Monday, December 4, 2017. Download the
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“Prejudice has been seared into the minds of whites,” said William A. Darity Jr., a noted economics and public policy scholar, during his speech March 13 on the need for reparations and social equality for black Americans.