Complicit Bias: Sexual Harassment and Communities That Sustain It

Excerpt: For decades, the euphemistic “director’s couch” described the extra audition female actors were expected to master before a part in a movie might be offered. More than just couches, but swimming pools, hot tubs, beds, kitchens, and more served as props whereby women were grabbed, poked, fondled, squeezed, masturbated upon (or coerced to [...]

Complicit Bias: Sexual Harassment and Communities That Sustain It2017-12-13T16:04:06-08:00

Passing of Joseph White, 84

  A message from Chancellor Howard Gillman and Vice Chancellor Thomas A. Parham It is with great sadness that we announce the passing on Nov. 21 of Dr. Joseph L. White, professor emeritus in the School of Social Sciences and professionally recognized as the “godfather of black psychology.” Over the course of his 41-year [...]

Passing of Joseph White, 842017-12-11T10:28:08-08:00
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