A joint resolution proposed in the Virginia General Assembly to memorialize the contributions of African American cadavers to the training of 19th century physicians in Richmond has an unlikely critic.
But if profiling is not used appropriately then we have bastardizations of it, like racial profiling, which leads to stereotyping a race.
VCU hosted a jazz concert that joined VCU’s Africa combo jazz group and the University of Kwazulu-Natal Asihambe Jazz Ensemble from South Africa in the W.E. Singleton Center for the Performing Arts on Wednesday, Oct. 30.
Students and staff called for action against potential racial profiling during a panel discussion hosted by the Black Education Student Association on Monday, Oct. 28. VCU Police chief John Venuti and others presented topics and answered questions by students about the potential for racial profiling around campus.
A growing number of African American women, as well as other ethnic groups, are ditching the relaxers and chemical processes and opting to embrace their ethnic “roots.”