The Justice examined the barriers that students of color face related to physical and mental disabilities.
Four days after Election Day, the Associated Press announced that Joe Biden will be the 46th President of the United States.
Ed Markey won the seat against Kevin O'Connor with 66.4% of the vote.
The Justice will continue to update election results throughout the week.
This committee will serve as a forum for accessibility related concerns.
Student Union holds a Meet the Candidates Event for the Fall 2020 Special Candidates Election on Oct. 19
The Union shared the results for the election in an Oct. 23 email to community members.
Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion creates a ‘white affinity space’ as one of its first steps in its racialized education programming
Soon to follow will be a BIPOC affinity space, in the hopes of eventually creating cross-racial dialogues about systemic racism.
Following George Floyd’s murder, over 700 members of the community met in support of Black Lives Matter.
Brandeis community members examined higher education’s role and responsibility in protesting and addressing racial and anti-Black violence
Following several interviews with students with disabilities, the Justice uncovered ways in which the University has struggled to support these students.