The UCSB New Racial Studies Project is a developing think tank that focuses on the dynamics of race and racism in the 21st century. It is committed to revitalizing racial studies on the UCSB campus and beyond. It grew out of a series of informal meetings and events to discuss ongoing work on such subjects as: incarceration rates, the meaning of white identity, the rise of a new American empire, the phenomenon of “Islamophobia,” and the peculiar link between racism, sexism and homophobia, among other issues. Its main goal is to foster and support new knowledge about race and racism by supporting and sponsoring research projects, assisting in obtaining funding and disseminating research findings, developing resources for teaching and community work, and linking to similar projects located beyond the UCSB campus.
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