The school-to-prison pipeline is a way of describing the unintended but ultimately catastrophic link between zero-tolerance school discipline policies and the criminalization of youth.
David Leong challenges the discussion of race as solely individual, and urges people to engage with historic and geographic policies and structures — such as literal neighborhoods — in his new book, Race and Place: How Urban Geography Shapes the Journey to Reconciliation.
Seattle Pacific University’s Homelessness Initiative aims to assist, support, and enhance work to end homelessness in King County and beyond.
For his work with student leaders, Jerrell Davis was recognized as Seattle Pacific University’s GOLD (Graduates of the Last Decade) Alumnus of the Year for 2017.
SPU has selected a new vice president for diversity, equity, and inclusion: Sandra Richards Mayo.
“To be loved by Erin is to be welcomed into any space she is in.“
It seems if there were ever a time when Christians need to demonstrate a faithful engagement with culture and politics the time is now.
The term “early adopter” might bring to mind people waiting in long lines to get their hands on the latest hot tech gadget. But Alondra Nelson wants to challenge that assumption a bit. Nelson, who is dean of social science and professor of sociology and gender studies at Columbia […]
“They call us first, because they know that the faith community makes a huge impact.”