The Color of Wealth in Miami

The Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity has just released The Color of Wealth in Miami, a report highlighting the city’s major racial and ethnic disparities in economic opportunity. This report is a joint publication on behalf of the Kirwan Institute, the Samuel DuBois Cook Center on Social Equity at Duke University and … Continue reading »
The Color of Wealth in Miami

“did they really just say that?!”

Kirwan’s own Lena Tenney was featured in the National Association of Financial Aid Administrators NASFAA Annual Impact Report. Click here to read the article, titled “did they really just say that?!”  

“did they really just say that?!”

2018 Kirwan Institute Annual Report

  The Kirwan Institute would like to thank our partners, funders and collaborators for their support of our work over the last 15 years. It is during times like these, that we are evermore aware of the importance of partnership and collaboration in the pursuit of true equity for all people. As we have sought to … Continue reading »

2018 Kirwan Institute Annual Report

Mary McKay: Understanding the Female Refugee Experience with Healthcare in Central Ohio

  The United States is going through a difficult period today. The divisions that exist seem to be deepening and the way we are addressing policy seems to be going backwards and less inclusive. The national discourse surrounding immigration is one example of our increasingly hostile environment and discourse. Particularly when it comes to refugee … Continue reading »

Mary McKay: Understanding the Female Refugee Experience with Healthcare in Central Ohio

Ending Racial Inequity in Out of School Suspensions

Mapping the Policy Landscape and Equity Impact At the Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity, our research and engagement supports the mission of ensuring that all people and communities have the opportunity to succeed. This call to promote opportunities for future success is never more important than within our education systems. As … Continue reading »

Ending Racial Inequity in Out of School Suspensions