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Why Losing Political Power Now Feels Like ‘Losing Your Country’

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“As a group, Latinos are racialized by public policy, by the enforcement of public policy, and by the United States’ political rhetoric,” said Asad L. Asad, assistant professor of sociology in Stanford's School of Humanities and Sciences and…

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"There’s a saying that’s attributed to the Dalai Lama: in the practice of tolerance, one’s enemy is the best teacher. It’s a nice idea, but in reality, when people don’t share our values, it’s hard for us to tolerate theirs. This week, we talk…

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Sociology Professor Asad L. Asad and poet and memoirist Javier Zamora came together in conversation with moderator Professor Alfredo J. Artiles in a special CCSRE Chautauqua on January 25, 2024 at the Stanford…

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Professor Karen Cook's book "Advanced Introduction to Social Capital" published in 2022 by Edward Edgar Publishing, was awarded "Outstanding Academic Title for 2023 by Choice Magazine. 

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