News Topic: Richard Reddick

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Jul. 17, 2023
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Faculty Member Richard Reddick Selected to Receive the President’s Award for Global Learning
Nov. 19, 2021
Richard Reddick The College of Education is pleased to announce that faculty member Richard Reddick, professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy, and Peniel Joseph, professor in the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, were selected to receive the President’s Award for…

Richard Reddick: What 2021 is Showing Us about Black Lives Mattering
Jul. 13, 2021

Richard Reddick on Kanye West's DamagingClaims about Harriet Tubman
Jul. 22, 2020

Richard Reddick Discusses How to Address 'Cultural Taxation'
Jun. 24, 2020

Richard Reddick: We Can’t Breathe at Work, Either
Jun. 19, 2020

Black Hair: Unedited and Unbothered
Apr. 26, 2020
Christina S. Murrey and M. Yvonne Taylor April 21, 2020 In the United States, Black people’s hair has been a source of contention, punishment, and immense pride. For years, in an attempt to conform to Eurocentric standards of beauty and professionalism, Black women have sought to straighten their natural kinks…

Richard Reddick: Defeating Coronavirus Means Confronting Racial Discrimination
Apr. 15, 2020

Richard Reddick Defeating Coronavirus Means Confronting Racial Discrimination
Apr. 15, 2020

Reddick Named Inaugural Member of Distinguished Service Academy
Feb. 04, 2020
Rich Reddick, associate dean for equity, community engagement, and outreach, has been named one of five members of the first cohort of the new Distinguished Service Academy at UT Austin. The academy is a group of extraordinary faculty members selected for their outstanding service at UT and beyond. Each…