Eshe Sherley
Guest Columnist
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SHERLEY: The same Yale roots

Yale says that it respects civil dialogue. But these decisions reveal to us that what Yale really respects — power.

SHERLEY: Small terms, large impact

When I first heard about the announcement, my initial response was: That’s nice, but not that big of a deal.

SHERLEY: Beyond symbolism

To fixate on the name of Calhoun College is to miss the more fundamental question of how to shift power relationships on our campus so that they are more racially just.

BARLOWE AND SHERLEY: Justice in principle and practice

We believe in our communities' ability to create equitable spaces within movements for justice.

SHERLEY: Beyond black representation

So while seeing more black people on our screens and in our classrooms is important, it’s not the point.

SHERLEY: Canvassing across the divide

Home is not just a place that we enjoy because it makes us happy; it is also a place where we are all partially responsible for maintaining its health.