- A group of professors at American University are pledging to "decolonize curricula" by adding more “minority voices” and “intersectional studies” to their classes.
- In an open letter published earlier this month, the professors say campus is "hostile" and "dangerous" for black female students because of the “stresses of living amid White supremacy and fighting for social change.”
“Dear Sisters” was published by a group of 18 AU professors in the school newspaper The BlackPrint, a student-run newspaper that describes itself as a “safe space for people of color” to learn about campus news and to “stay woke.”
"We work behind the scenes...to decolonize curricula."...