After renewed interest in creating equitable spaces post-2020, the DEI industry is at a crossroads both for trainers and trainees.
What did these Mills alums do when they couldn’t find voices like theirs coming out of traditional printing presses? They started their own.
A recounting of the Aurelia Henry Reinhardt era at Mills, which saw the first men admitted as graduate students.
How can the art world move forward into a more just and inclusive space when its history is rooted in inequity?
Fresh perspectives and new scholarship enliven learning By Pamela Wilson What does reading Beowulf reveal about race? How can the literature of the Middle Ages teach us about the modern era? Associate Professor Diane Cady and her students have been posing these questions—and others—in Survey of British Literature I, a course she recently redesigned as
When Gwen Jackson Foster graduated from Mills in 1967, she returned to her hometown, Los Angeles. It took her four years to move back to Oakland. Her first job was with the Los Angeles County Department of Personnel. “I was a psych major at Mills,” she says, “because I wanted to be a social worker:’