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Leading Equity

Apr 8, 2019

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About Rashawn Ray, Ph.D.

Dr. Rashawn Ray is Associate Professor of Sociology and Executive Director of the Lab for Applied Social Science Research (LASSR) at the University of Maryland, College Park. He is also one of the co-editors of Contexts Magazine: Sociology for the Public. Formerly, Ray was a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Research Scholar at the University of California, Berkeley. He recently accepted a position to be a Brookings Institute Rubenstein Fellow.

Ray’s research addresses the mechanisms that manufacture and maintain racial and social inequality with a particular focus on police-civilian relations and men’s treatment of women. His work also speaks to ways that inequality may be attenuated through racial uplift activism and social policy. Ray has published over 50 books, articles, and book chapters, and 15 op-eds. Recently, Ray published the book How Families Matter: Simply Complicated Intersections of Race, Gender, and Work (with Pamela Braboy Jackson) and another edition of Race and Ethnic Relations in the 21st Century: History, Theory, Institutions, and Policy, which has been adopted nearly 40 times in college courses. His forthcoming book with Hoda Mahmoudi to be published with University of California Press is entitled Structural Racism and the Root Causes of Prejudice.

Ray has written for New York Times, Huffington Post, NBC News, The Conversation, and Public Radio International. Selected as 40 Under 40 Prince George's County and awarded the 2016 UMD Research Communicator Award, Ray has appeared on C-Span, MSNBC, HLN, Al Jazeera, NPR, and Fox. His research is cited in CNN, Washington Post, Associated Press, MSN, The Root, and The Chronicle. Previously, Ray served on the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington Planning Committee and the Commission on Racial Justice with Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.

Show Highlights

  • Students of color dealing with trauma in predominately White spaces
  • Helping students find safe spaces and allies
  • Racial Equity Advocates and Racial Equity Brokers
  • How educators can become Racial Equity Advocates and Brokers
  • Anti-racial bias training
  • Preparing students for the future

Connect with Rashawn

Twitter: @SociologistRay

IG: @sociologistray

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