Hunter’s distinguished Roosevelt House Faculty Associates provide the backbone for the important work that takes place at Roosevelt House. Roosevelt House Faculty Associates develop, guide and teach in the Public Policy and Human Rights Programs.
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- By: Howard Chernick
Howard Chernick, Hunter College and City University of New York
Andrew Reschovsky, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy and University of Wisconsin-Madison
Sandra Newman, Johns Hopkins University
Prepared for presentation at policy forum on Housing Markets and the Fiscal Health of US Central Cities, Urban Institute, Washington, DC, ...
Teaching at the Intersection of Race and Disability: A Special Education Department Reflects and (Re)Acts
- By: David Connor
In our first department meeting in fall 2016, three of my colleagues—Jennifer Samson, Xuchilt Perez, and Kristen Hodnett—shared two handouts, Banks’ (1993) model for multicultural education and McIntosh’s (1988) work on white privilege. They believed departmental colleagues would find them useful in considering why we should explicitly teach cultural cognizance ...
Roosevelt House, an integral part of Hunter College since 1943, reopened in 2010 as a public policy institute honoring the distinguished legacy of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt. Its mission is three-fold: to educate students in public policy and human rights, to support faculty research, and to foster creative dialogue.
Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter College
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