Congratulations to IGS affiliated faculty, Amy Lerman, whose new book, Good Enough for Government Work: The Public Reputation Crisis in America (And What We Can Do to Fix It) (U. Chicago Press), received the Gladys M. Kammerer Award and the Woodrow Wilson Foundation Award.
IGS affiliated faculty, Karen Chapple, speaks to CBS Bay Area about "how systemic racism is leading to resegregation in the housing market" in the Bay.
IGS Co-Director, Cristina Mora, speaks with Univisión News about why Hispanic Americans should support the Black Lives Matter movement.
IGS Co-Director, Eric Schickler, weighs in for the Associated Press about how Governor Newsom's public presence will be affected by the social unrest unfolding in California.
On Monday, June 1st's Your Call, IGS-affiliated Faculty, Ian Haney López, speaks about the murder of Geoerge Floyd and the resulting social unrest: "The particular pain in this moment is the way in which that video crystallizes what we mean when we say racism has dehumanized people. We're watching a person kill another person, and the person doing the murdering simply doesn't see the humanity of the person he is killing."
IGS Co-Director, Eric Schickler, appeared on AirTalk with Larry Mantle, covering this "Week In Politics: Vote-By-Mail, Politicization Of Coronavirus, Biden’s Comments On Black Voters And More."
IGS Co-Director, G. Cristina Mora talks "Identity, the Census, and How We’re All Counted" on the latest episode of the Goldman School's "Talk Policy to Me" podcast.
New Berkeley IGS Poll informs LA Times article about "The price of being 'essential,'" which explains how Latino service workers bear [the] brunt of coronavirus"