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Submissions from 2021

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Invitation to be a Scholar Affiliate (Direct result of her op-ed in The Fulcrum), Marion Campisi, Institute of Math and Democracy

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Why basic math needs to be central to the study of democracy and politics, Marion Campisi, The Fulcrum

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Lessons Learned from Remote Learning, Marion Campisi, Katherine Cushing, and Rebeca Burciaga, Visible Magazine

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The Climate Crisis Solution is Educational Institutions, Katherine Cushing, Visible Magazine

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History repeats itself in D.C., The legacy of racial violence continues, Faustina M. DuCros, Visible Magazine

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Parent and educator’s plea to school administrators: Don’t rush to reopen, Faustina M. DuCros, Local News Matters - Bay Area

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The Holy Trinity: From the Bayou to the Bay, Faustina M. DuCros, Gravy

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With COVID-19, It’s Time to Talk End-of-Life Care, Nancy Dudley, U.S. News & World Report

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COVID-19: Where is the Light at the end of the Tunnel?, Deepika Goyal, Thrive Global

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Why New Moms Need the COVID-19 Vaccine, Deepika Goyal, US News & World Report

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We Must Name & Confront The Threat Of The White Mob, Jean Guerrero and Keenan Norris, Remezcla

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Can the Biden Administration Immigration Policy Reignite America's Innovation Engine?, Tanvi Kothari, Visible Magazine

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How Silicon Valley firms can achieve greater diversity, Tanvi Kothari and Katherine Wilkinson, San Jose Mercury News

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Kamala Harris, 1st woman Vice President of US, breaks the glass ceiling; South Asian women rejoice historic day, Saili S. Kulkarni, India Today

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South Asians Are Asians Too. When Will Our Racial Reckoning Be?, Saili S. Kulkarni, Ms. Magazine

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India Ignited: COVID-19 Second Wave Unleashes Death and Devastation, Nidhi Mahendra, Soma Sen, and Tanvi Kothari, Newsweek

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3 Questions to Ask When Congress Wants to Change Your Taxes, Annette Nellen, Barrons

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How Do We Handle the Future of Taxes and Data, Annette Nellen, TARTLE podcast

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Let's say 'Goodbye' to the April 15 due date, Annette Nellen, The Hill

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Being a ‘Double Minority’ Made Me a Better Writer, Keenan Norris, Alta

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Do not forget the children ripped from their families at the border, Carlos Sanchez, San Jose Mercury News

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Wearing a Mask Makes Us Face Our Own Mortality, Carlos Sanchez, Latino Rebels

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How Higher Education in America Has Been Hijacked by Colonization Warfare and Why We Need to Fight Back Now, Soma Sen and Keenan Norris, Visible Magazine

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Apple Removes Parler From App Store in Wake of U.S. Capitol Riot, Ryan Skinnell, NBC

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Attempted US Capitol Coup a Security and Existential Crisis, Ryan Skinnell, The Globe Post

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Conspiracy Theories, Ryan Skinnell, CBS Radio

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Only the Strong Will Survive? American Echoes of a Dark Past, Ryan Skinnell, Newsweek

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Political rhetoric comes under scrutiny, Ryan Skinnell, CBS Radio

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The Future of Politics on Twitter, Ryan Skinnell, The Rally with Jessica Zimmer

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The MAGA Mutiny Shows that America Isn’t a Fascist Country…Yet, Ryan Skinnell, Politically Speaking

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Trump's Rhetoric Wasn't Inconsequential And We Shouldn't Act Like It Was, Ryan Skinnell, Hill Reporter

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The Vaccines Are Here. Trust the Science, Susan Snycerski, The San Francisco Chronicle

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Derrick Chauvin Deserves His Prison Sentence. Many People of Color Don't., Jodie Warren, Visible Magazine

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America's Scientists and Research Labs Need COVID-19 Recovery Money, Too, Katherine Wilkinson, Hill Reporter

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For Gender Parity in Science, Fix the STEM Institutions Not Scientists, Katherine Wilkinson, Thinking Republic

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Low salaries put SJSU in danger of becoming University of Airbnb, Wilson Yuan, San Jose Mercury News

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Stop Staying Silent on Racial Discrimination Against Asians, Wilson Yuan, Newsweek

Submissions from 2020

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Could Americans become the next wave of refugees?, Nicole Dubus, San Jose Mercury News

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The Welfare Queen Was A Myth, But We Have A Real-life Welfare King: His Name Is Donald Trump, Nicole Dubus, The Hill Reporter

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Beware of dehumanizing messages in the media, Faustina M. DuCros, The Hill

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Press Play with Madeleine Brand - "Why African Americans are facing ‘a double and triple dose of stress,’ and how they’re staying grounded", Shaun Fletcher, National Public Radio

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When Black athletes protest, they’re doing emotional labor, Shaun Fletcher, The Washington Post

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Big Tech isn't going to save us, Revathi Krishnaswamy, The Hill

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Should U.S. have international monitors in 2020 election?, Revathi Krishnaswamy, The San Francisco Chronicle

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Critical race theory is critical to our continued understanding of societal injustice, Saili S. Kulkarni, Visible Magazine

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Getting it Right: Why It’s Important To Pronounce Kamala Harris’s and My Name Correctly, Saili S. Kulkarni, Ms. Magazine

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Why we need a new generation of special education teachers, Saili S. Kulkarni, Hechinger Report

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Give Voice To Those With Communication Disorders, Nidhi Mahendra, Visible Magazine

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No New Taxes for the Ultra Rich, Fix Bad Tax Policy Instead, Annette Nellen, The Hill

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Racism, Cop Curriculum, and Campus Safety, Keenan Norris, LA Review of Books

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The grim double consciousness Black NBA players must navigate, Keenan Norris, The Los Angeles Times

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Mistakes Made on the Journey to Racial Awakening, Ruth K. Rosenblum, Thrive Global

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What Edward Jenner can teach us about vaccinations, Ruth K. Rosenblum, The Hill

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Don't Call Farmworkers Heroes, Carlos Sanchez, The San Francisco Chronicle

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Feeling disoriented by the election, pandemic and everything else? It’s called ‘zozobra,’ and Mexican philosophers have some advice, Carlos Sanchez, The Conversation

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Now Is Not the Time to Forget About the AIDS Epidemic, Soma Sen, The Health Care Blog

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San José State University’s Professor of Social Work, Soma Sen, on the HIV Aids epidemic (Season 1, Episode 5), Soma Sen, The Accidental Geographer: A Podcast with Provost Vincent Del Casino

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Women Faculty of Color Face System Oppression in Academia, Soma Sen, Visible Magazine

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A good democracy requires disagreement, conflict and argument, Ryan Skinnell, The Fulcrum

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Checking facts is the wrong way to understand political persuasion, Ryan Skinnell, The Hill

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“Defund the Police”: A Simple Slogan for a Complex Problem, Ryan Skinnell, Fair Observer

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Health Experts Stress Importance of Bolstering Vaccine Confidence for Communities of Color, Ryan Skinnell, Fox News Local

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Losing Big Might be Trump’s Best Campaign Strategy, Ryan Skinnell, Hill Reporter

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Shitposting for Fun and Profit, Ryan Skinnell, Arc Digital

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Survey Estimates 1 in 4 Americans Won’t Get Vaccinated for COVID-19 as Anti-Vaxxers Sow Doubt, Ryan Skinnell, Matt Bigler, KCBS All News

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Trump Lied His Way In and Is Lying His Way Out: What 20th-Century Fascists Can Teach Us about the Need for Truth in the 21st-Century, Ryan Skinnell, Public Seminar

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Trump’s Health and the Threat of Political Amnesia, Ryan Skinnell, Hill Reporter

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We learned plenty these four years. The lessons apply going forward., Ryan Skinnell, The Fulcrum

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With Multiple Vaccines in the Mix, Herd Immunity Could Come by Summer, Ryan Skinnell, CBS San Francisco

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California’s health order falling on many deaf ears, Susan Snycerski, Associated Press

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What We Refuse to See and Do in This Pandemic, Susan Snycerski, Psychology Today

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Keep Calm and Read About COVID-19 Like a Scientist, Katherine Wilkinson, Thrive Global

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Tear gas during the COVID-19 crisis can be deadly — ban it, Katherine Wilkinson, The Hill

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We should listen to scientists sounding the alarm on Trump, Katherine Wilkinson, The Hill