Stories of Stanford's black students, alumni and faculty.
Forgotten for almost a century, Stanford’s first African-American student has had his legacy restored. And the alumnus who honored him has gained back a piece of his past.
Social psychologist Jennifer Eberhardt’s research reveals pervasive and persistent unconscious racial bias. Now law enforcement officials are working with Eberhardt to institute training that takes it into account.
A tiny but historic cohort of African-American students entered Stanford on the vanguard of the civil rights movement. This is how it felt.
Cassandra Knight, ’91, JD ’94, and her mother find themselves face-to-face with a former grand dragon of the KKK.
Deni Ellis Béchard
Inside the museum that shimmers with light on the National Mall—“a rich picture of African American life.”
Amina Gautier, ’99, MA ’99, is ‘writing her heart out.’
New group founded by Frederick Groce, ’14, MA ’15, seeks to ‘pay it forward.’
Yaa Gyasi, ’11, was a Stanford sophomore when she visited her native Ghana on a research mission. Seven years later, the debut novel her trip inspired became an international sensation.
Class of ’17 athlete and advocate puts her heart into action.