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How to Prevent “Zoombombing”

March 30: As the COVID-19 pandemic has led to more people spending time at home and conducting school and business online, an increasing focus has been placed on certain technologies and their ability to facilitate hate and harassment. Reports of “Zoombombing,” a reference to the popular video conferencing platform Zoom in which virtual meetings are disrupted by graphic or threatening

Combating Racism With Empathy

The lowest low was when I was in the Missouri History Museum and the Chief of Police from Charlack was there and he used the phrasing “rioting” versus “protesting” about the events of the first night when the gas station was set on fire and looted. And the audience, a lot of people in the audience, they lit him up.

ADL and the Summer of 2017: A Learning Opportunity

ALIEU B. SANNEH GRADUATE STUDENT, University of Missouri-St. Louis August 9, 2017 Comparing the differences between race in the United States and ethnicity in the Gambia. Race and racial policies is a hot topic of discussion in the United States. Like many other challenges this country faces, race stands out as one the most polarizing aspects and continues to raise