This paper investigates the empirical relationship between inclusion and state capacity. We examine the impact of racial discrimination on Black U.S. military enlistment during the onset of WWII.
Join the Bedrosian Center’s newest Visiting Fellow, Ehsan Zaffar, for an informal conversation about inequality.
Lewis named 2018 USC community achievement honoree for promoting cultural competency inside classroom and beyond
By Matthew Kredell Toward the end of the spring semester, representatives from three university student organizations showed up at a class taught by USC Price School of Public Policy Professor LaVonna Lewis and announced she had been chosen as the recipient of the 2018 Student Government Community Achievement Award. The representatives noted Read more…
In this episode, LaVonna B. Lewis tells the story of this new effort, known as the Initiative on Diversity, Inclusion, and Social Justice, and she implores us to follow the Price School’s lead in our everyday lives.
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Ava DuVernay’s spectacular film A Wrinkle in Time has met with mixed reviews. The book the film adapts is both classic and beloved and also one of the most banned books in American schools and libraries.
by Robyn Burleson On Tuesday, March 8, the Bedrosian Center welcomed Maria Klawe to the Bedrosian Center at USC for an engaging conversation as part of our Lunch with a Leader series. Ms. Klawe is the President of Harvey Mudd College and has been a powerful force in closing the gender gap in science Read more…