Author: Stephen Menendian

Radicalism or pragmatism? The divide in racial justice advocacy

Stephen Menendian , February 16th, 2022


Policy advocacy and racial equity proposals exist on a spectrum, with many areas of disagreement or differences in emphasis. And it would be an oversimplification to describe one…


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From Tulsa, Texas, to Turkey: The Price of Denial

Stephen Menendian , June 2nd, 2021


This week features commemorations of one of the worst atrocities on American soil during the twentieth century, the so-called Greenwood Massacre, also known as the Tulsa Race Riot….


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How Biden can root out systemic racism in America

Stephen Menendian , March 24th, 2021


With a new congress and president the federal government will once again become the focus of advocacy and attention for advancing a racial equity agenda. The question before…


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