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February 2019

Unlikely Feature Documentary RU-N Chancellor Nancy Cantor featured

Stop calling me 'Diverse' Feb. 13 - Prof. David Troutt, Rutgers Law School

All this blackface makes me want to cancel high fashion. The Inquirer. Feb 13. - Price Institute Assoc. Director Salamishah Tillet quoted

Giving Young Undocumented Immigrants Driver's Licenses Benefits All. Rutgers University Newark. Feb. 12. Chancellor Nancy Cantor

Making the law work for immigrants. Feb 11 - Rutgers Law School featured

Rutgers to administer purchasing disparity study for Jersey City. Feb 11 - Rutgers Business School PPCP featured

The 39th Marion Thompson Wright Lecture Series. Feb. 8. SAS-N Prof. Salamishah Tillet interviewed

College Graduates Often Need Help Landing The Right Job. NJ Spotlight. Feb. 7 - Vince Marigna, executive director of Braven at RU-N

Attention, tech entrepreneurs: Rutgers' Black and Latino pre-accelerator is taking applications (deadline is Feb. 28) ROI Feb. 7 - CUEED mention

'Boomerang' Returns, as a BET Comedy. The New York Times. Feb. 7 - Salamishah Tillet (SASN African American & African Studies)

Is line editing a lost art? Literary Hub. Feb. 6. Nick Ripatrazone, RU-N MFA grad

Wait and see: Business leaders are wary of new $15 wage, but say only time will tell its true impact. ROI  Feb. 6. - Lyneir Richardson (Exec. Director of CUEED)

Diversity lags among faculty at universities. Rutgers aims to change that. Feb. 6. - Rutgers-Newark

Without Braven, I Wouldn’t Be Where I Am Now.” A Partnership with Rutgers Helps First-Gen College Students 'Achieve the American Dream.' Feb. 4 - Braven at Rutgers-Newark

Historian Irked by Musical 'Hamilton' Escalate Their Duel. The New York Times. Feb. 4. - Lyra Monteiro (SASN)

January 2019

From the Civil Rights Movement to Black Lives Matter: Honoring Black Mothers Who Lost Their Sons. New York Times. Jan. 29 - Prof. Fayemi Shakur (SASN)

I’m a socialist and a historian, socialism is blooming again in N.J. - this time in the age of Trump. Jan. 29 - Prof. Whitney Strub (SASN)

The 21 Best Events in Denver, January 29 Through February 7. Westword . Jan. 29 - Prof. Jordan Casteel (SASN)

The 6 Rising Artists to Watch in 2019 W Magazine. Jan. 29 - Vaughn Spann (SASN alum)

You belong...Overcoming Impostor Syndrome. Linkedin. Jan. 28 Humberto Baquerizo

Bronx Man's 1991 Murder Conviction Vacated. Innocence Project. Jan. 24 - Prof. Laura Cohen (Rutgers Law)

Q&A: Is it legal to force federal employees to work without pay? The Morning Call. Jan. 24. - Prof. Alan Hyde (Rutgers Law) 

Egypt's Lost Academic Freedom. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Jan. 24 Prof. Sahar Aziz (Rutgers Law)

CNN Global Portfolio: The Current Situation of Venezuela & The Backing Towards Juan Guaidó  YouTube. Jan 24. -  Prof. Jorge Contesse (Rutgers Law)

Governor Murphy Forms Task Force to Examine Deficiencies of New Jersey’s Tax Incentive Programs. Jan 24. - Prof. Ronald Chen (Rutgers Law) 

What is Social Justice Education Anyway? Education Week. Jan 23 - Director, Crystal Belle (SAS-N - Urban Education)

UW-Madison prof: Anti-bias programs mean well, but there's no proof they work. Wisconsin State Journal. Jan. 21- Prof. Rachel Godsil (Rutgers Law)

Day in the life of Prospect Park's 22-year-old manager: calls, meetings and a steak sandwich Jan 20. - Featuring SPAA alumnus Intashan Chowdhury

Newark Judge Victoria Pratt Serves Up a New Kind of Justice. New Jersey Monthly. Jan. 18. -  Judge Victoria Pratt (Rutgers Law alumna)

Ban on baggy pants and chains was ‘subliminal’ racism by bar. Jan. 18 - RU-N Provost Jerome Williams quoted

Why privatizing the VA or other essential health services is a bad idea. The Conversation. - Co-authored by SPAA Prof. Sebastian Jilke 

Presidential Emergency Powers, Legal Overview. C-Span. Jan. 16 - Prof. Sahar Aziz (Rutgers Law)

B-Schools With The Most International Students. Poets and Quants for Undergrads. Jan 16 -  RBS-Newark undergraduate program was ranked #3 in the nation among “B-Schools with The Most First-Generation College Students” 

Six new officers join ranks of Woodbridge Police Department. Jan 16 - SPAA student Khari Manzini featured

In Her First Solo Museum Show, Jordan Casteel’s Humanizing Portraits Get Even Closer. Vogue. Jan 15 - SAS-N Asst. Prof. Joran Casteel featured.

Two Poems by Richardo Hernandez. Hyperallergic. Jan 15. - Newark MFA candidate Ricardo Hernandez featured

Did ‘Hamilton’ Get the Story Wrong? One Playwright Thinks So. New York Times. Jan 13 - Asst. Prof. Lyra D. Monteiro quoted

How the government shutdown could harm the future of American science. The Verge. Jan. 13. - RU-N graduate student Kathleen Farley quoted 

After the 'Surviving R. Kelly' documentary, #MeToo Has Finally Returned to Balck Grils. The New York Times, Jan. 10. - Written by SAS-N Prof. Salamishah Tillet 

Must-Read Poetry: January 2019. The Millions. Jan. 8 SAS-N MFA Alumnus Nick Ripatrazone

Why can companies still silence us with mandatory arbitration? The Guardian. Jan. 8. Prof. David Noll (Law) 

New Jersey gets ready for legal weed. No stoner ads. The Inquirer. Jan 4. Rutgers Business School’s CUEED Exec Director Lyneir Richardson

Will Russia Invade Ukraine in 2019? Jan. 4. Prof. Alexander Motyl (SASN)

Imagining and Narrating Plague in the Ottoman World. Ottoman History Podcast. Jan 3. - SAS-N History Prof. Nükhet Varlık featured

Egypt's el-Sisi denies existence of political prisoners on 60 Minutes, Sahar Aziz analysis. YouTube. Jan. 3. Rutgers Law School-Newark Professor Sahar Aziz interviewed