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What Does Diversity Mean in an Era of Color Blindness? by David Embrick
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Location:Mather Hall Washington Room
Thursday, November 07, 2013
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
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David G. Embrick

What Does Diversity Mean in an Era of Color Blindness?
Diversity Ideology in Post-Civil Rights America

David G. Embrick is an Associate professor in the Sociology Department at Loyola University-Chicago. He received his Ph.D. from Texas A&M University in 2006. He is President-Elect of the Southwestern Sociological Association as well as Chair of the Society for the Study of Social Problem’s Racial/Ethnic Minorities Division. He is also the Founding Co-Editor of the newly initiated ASA Race and Ethnic Minorities section journal, Sociology of Race and Ethnicity and Editor-in-Chief of Humanity & Society, the official journal of the Association for Humanist Sociology. Professor Embrick’s investigates the impact of contemporary forms of racism on people of color. While most of his research is specific to inequalities in the business world, he has published on race and education, the impact of schools-welfare-and prisons on people of color, and issues of sex discrimination.

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