EditorialChallenging Systemic Racism at MIT
From the Faculty Chair“May You Live in Interesting Times”: The Year in Review
May/June 2020Vol. XXXII No. 5
Statement from MIT Anthropology
In the midst of Covid-19’s unfolding and unequal death tolls and of ongoing police, state, and everyday violence against Black, Brown, Asian, and Indigenous communities in the United States and elsewhere, we in MIT Anthropology stand against racist white supremacy, believing, with anthropologist Leith Mullings, that
We are dedicated to naming and fighting racism as an institutional and structural form of inequality and violence – work we seek to do in our teaching, our research, and our administrative practice. This is work, too, that depends upon a multiracial, feminist, and queer determination to support and amplify the works and voices of students, faculty, and staff of color.
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