This summer, protests erupted across the country demanding justice for Black citizens who were killed in acts of police brutality. The College is taking stock of its history and reimagining its future as more inclusive and supportive of Black and other underrepresented students, faculty, and staff in its continued effort to dismantle institutional injustice.
On the Ballot: Increasing Women’s Representation in Electoral Politics
Women are running for elected positions in unprecedented numbers, yet structural barriers remain for women candidates. Scripps is in the vanguard of eliminating these barriers and preparing students for lives of public service.
President Lara Tiedens discusses the 19th Amendment, women’s representation in elected positions, and the College’s work to enhance diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives in order to continue to dismantle institutional racism.