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Report: Litigation Alone Can’t Stop Voter Suppression New research brief argues that an affirmative vision of voting rights must recognize...
Publications, Press Release
Dozens of students, organizers, artists, and hip-hop aficionados gathered for a dialogue with former Black Panther Ericka Huggins and DJ...
Event
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Haas Institute Assistant Director Stephen Menendian explains the importance of considering race in university admissions. Transcript: Stephen Menendian: I'm Stephen...
Videos
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Listen to researchers Nadia Barhoum and Eli Moore explain the Haas Institute's approach to Community-Engaged Research. Learn more on this...
Videos
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Berkeley, CA: The Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision on June 26 upholding Donald Trump's Muslim ban in the Trump v. Hawaii...
Press Release
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By Michael Xu On June 4, 2018, the US Supreme Court ruled 7-2 in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights...
Press Release
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Renowned Public Health scholar Denise Herd began serving as the Haas Institute's new associate director this month, pledging to bolster...
Press Release
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Michael Omi, an associate professor of Asian American and Asian Diaspora Studies, presents a June 6 talk on "Racial Classification,...
Videos
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In Richmond, California, the Haas Institute has partnered with community leaders and organizations to create strategies to further belonging in...
This piece was originally published in the Haas Institute spring 2018 news magazine . This spring, singer and rapper Childish...
Essay
Senior Fellow Josh Clark
A conversation with Senior Fellow Joshua Clark about his post-2016 election research and analysis—work that is part of his joint...
Interview
Covers of three books reviewed by Stephen Menendian
In a span of three months in 2017, three Richards— Reeves, Florida, and Rothstein—published three well-received books on inequality in...
Essay