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Study examines what drives student involvement in racial justice movements

A new study from North Carolina State University, the University of Chicago and the University of Michigan finds that women college students are more active than men in racial justice movements – and that what drives Black students to engage is different from what drives Latino students. The finding not only sheds light on how students support social action – but what higher education can do to support its students.
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