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    • Engaging in the Process of Allyship: LGBTQ+ Community 

      Roland, Ashley; Pachipala, Krithi; Webb, Alisa; Morris, Madison; Park, Yunee; Park, Ji Won (2020)
      The LGBTQ+ community falls victim too often to discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation. As a result, members are disproportionately affected by mental health disorders, general inequality, as well as many forms ...
    • Human Trafficking 

      Jelley, Shannon; Baker, Sierra; Messineo, Ashley; Minarro, Marta Cano; Nwadei, KC (2019)
      This document is a guide to leading a workshop on human trafficking in Houston. Included is an explanation of human trafficking's prevalence in Houston and what can be done to combat it. For the workshop, there is a ...
    • Increasing Health Literacy 

      Messineo, Ashley (2020)
      Low health literacy is a widespread problem in the United States. In 2006, the U.S. Department of Education released the first-ever national assessment of health literacy for English-speaking adults. The survey indicated ...
    • Rice Allyship Movement’s Racial Allyship Toolkit: Guidelines to Teaching an Effective Workshop 

      Huang, Jessica; Tseggay, Sarah; Considine, Craig (2019-04-04)
      This mixed methods study explores the experiences and perceptions of interracial dating, interracial relationships, and racial allyship among undergraduate students at Rice University and high school students at Kinder ...
    • ¡Vota!: Spanish-Language Ballots Affect the Policy Preferences of Voters 

      Rothschild, Connor; Scannell, Maddy; Stone, Eric; Berton, Sarah (2019)
      Present research related to racial group interactions has pointed to the existence of a group status threat; when a majority group feels threatened, it takes action to protect its status. This backlash has been observed ...