For All of Our Children: Justice Thurgood Marshall’s Faith in Integration Is Still Right (January-April 2024 P & R Article)

Justice Marshall articulated the vision of a society in which we see all children as “our” children, such that we care about the welfare of all children, rather than constricting our circle of concern to include only those from our own racial backgrounds.” In the latest issue of PRRAC’s Poverty & Race journal, Rachel D. Godsil, Linda R. Tropp, and Kim Forde-Mazrui reflect on the promise of Brown v. Board on its 70th anniversary, and discuss the need for “radical integration” and meaningful engagement between members of different groups.

The Science of Equality in Education: The Impact of Implicit Bias, Racial Anxiety, and Stereotype Threat on Student Outcomes

This report reviews the research evidence of the role of implicit bias, racial anxiety, and stereotype threat on the academic and disciplinary outcomes of students. This report is an update of Perception Institute’s 2014 report The Science of Equality, Volume 1, which examined these phenomena in education and in healthcare.

3 ½ Minutes, Ten Bullets Discussion Guide

This guide is for anyone, particularly educators, seeking to use the documentary 3 1⁄2 Minutes, Ten Bullets as a catalyst for discussion and action. The film documents the story of Jordan Davis, a 17 year-old, and the trial of Michael Dunn, the man who killed him. The guide uses the mind sciences to address the role that race plays in our society, generally, and specifically, the experience and treatment of black men and boys.