James A. Perry Jr. is an educator from New Bedford, Massachusetts. He holds a B.S in Human Services and a MPP in Education Policy. He is passionate about social justice issues specific to race, class, and gender. He was a guest panelist on The Grapevine “White People Cheating: The College Edition” episode.

Colleges Pretend to Care about Black People

By James A. Perry Jr. •  The presence of elitism, capitalism, racism, and sexism are still ubiquitous within the apparatus of higher education. Higher education leaders need to move beyond rhetoric involving diversity, equity, and justice. In their quest for absolution, these sentiments have increasingly become cliché and disingenuous. We needn’t look further than the now … Continue reading Colleges Pretend to Care about Black People