College and the Gender Gap

  • What Police Shootings Tell Us about Race and Gender

    The death of George Floyd at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer and the ensuing protests do more than express the ever-growing racial tensions across the country.  The protests reveal a division that has alienated the races from working together at a time when boys and men are 96% of all deaths at the hands of law enforcement.  The struggles of the nation’s people to find common ground to eliminate racial differences and causes of these travesties is as pressing a need as protecting the lives of boys and men who overwhelmingly represent these victims.