National Collegiate Dialogue - Racial Discrimination Cases & Discussion is proud to sponsor and host the National Collegiate Dialogue on Race Relations (NCDRR) for the 2014-2015 academic year. This will be the 5th year of the dialogue, which began with the 2010—2011 academic year.

NCDRR provides an excellent opportunity for students to actively participate in a healthy and meaningful exchange about this important issue that continues to pose major challenges in contemporary society. Download the following PDF to learn more about the purpose and objectives of the dialogue, and how it will work during this academic year. Meet the distinguished advisory panel and peruse the participating colleges and universities. You may also view the short video to learn more about the mission of and how it is a good resource for an ongoing conversation to increase understanding across race and ethnicity. 

Please take a moment to Sign Up and Janice Ellis will contact you to provide usernames and passwords that will make it easy for your students to participate. If you have any questions, please contact Janice Ellis at or call at 877-931-2201.

March 28th, 2011
Written by Janice S. Ellis Ph.D. in National Collegiate Dialogue with 42 Comments
The 2010 Census reveals that the Hispanic population is the largest minority population in the United States.The Hispanic population grew 43 percent between 2000 — 2010, while the African-American population grew only 12.3 percent during the same period. Hispanics now make up 16.3 percent of the populations, while African-Americans make up 12.6 percent.The actual number of Hispanics living in the...
March 28th, 2011
Written by Darlene Xiomara Rodriguez Ph.D. in National Collegiate Dialogue with 3 Comments
In the University of North Carolina at Greensboro Individual and Politics: Introduction to Political Psychology class, Assistant Professor Dr. Darlene Rodriguez, Ph.D., asked students to submit their reflections on a visit to the International Civil Rights Center and Museum. The students shared their eye opening impressions on a message board Dr. Rodriguez setup for that purpose. Using the DEAL...
March 22nd, 2011
Written by William M. King - Professor AfroAmerican Studies in National Collegiate Dialogue with 6 Comments
Editors Note: To read the entire essay, please click here, and click on the "add to cart" in the new window. There is no charge to download this PDF."…I suppose the real truth is that I have always looked upon the Enterprise and its crew as my own private view of Earth and humanity in microcosm. If this is not the way we really are, it seems to me most certainly a way we ought to be. During its...
March 14th, 2011
Written by Katherine L. Nussberger in National Collegiate Dialogue with 28 Comments
On March 10, 2011, as much of America and the world watched, New York Representative Peter King began what he admits is the first of several hearings on the “radicalization of Muslims in America.” Rep. King emphatically conveys that he has undertaken holding these hearings because of the grave and imminent threat of Muslim terrorists being bred right here on American soil in the aftermath of 9/11...
March 9th, 2011
Written by Janice S. Ellis Ph.D. in National Collegiate Dialogue with 9 Comments
Representative Peter King, a New York Republican, is scheduled to hold at least one hearing on what he calls the “radicalization of Muslims in the United States.” The hearing is scheduled for Thursday, March 10, 2011.Representative King, who has admitted many times that his views toward Muslim Americans changed radically after 9/11, is determined to use his powerful post as chairman of the House...


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