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Making Voices Heard

Making Voices Heard: Diversity, Disadvantage, and Discrimination in Educational Settings features diverse UConn undergraduates, graduate students, and young professionals in conversations about their experiences of racism and how we can respond positively to current challenges. The project was funded by an award from the President’s Commitment to Community Initiative.

An official launch of the video took place on April 22, 2021, introduced by Vice President Franklin Tuitt, and President Thomas Katsouleas.

CLICK on the link below to see a recording of the event and conversation highlights, or to choose full-length versions of the videos.
Making Voices Heard


  • The Development of Prejudice (>35,000 downloads!)
    New publication:  Brenick, A., Schachner, M. K., Carvalheiro, D., & Karr, E. (2020). (No) space for prejudice! Varied forms of negative outgroup attitudes and ethnic discrimination and how they develop or can be prevented in the classroom. In H. E. Fitzgerald, D. J. Johnson, D. B. Qin, F. A. Villarruel, & J. Norder, Handbook of […]
  • Parents Here and There
    New publication: Harkness, S., & Super, C. M. (Eds.) (2020). Cross-cultural research on parents: Applications to the care and development of children. New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development, 170. DOI:10.1002/cad.20341
  • Stress and Self-Care
    New publication: Mavridis, C., Harkness, S., Super, C. M., & Liu, J. L. (2019). Family workers, stress, and the limits of self-care. Children and Youth Services Review, 103, 236–246. stress practice graph.2