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Kang, Miliann. 2022. "Asian American mothers confront multiple crises of pandemic, anti-Asian hate and caregiving." March 25. 

Swerzenski, J.D., Donald Tomaskovic-Devey, and Eric Hoyt. 2020. "Where are the Hispanic Executives?The Conversation. January 22.

Tomaskovic-Devey, Donald, and Eric Hoyt. 2019. "Why Trump's Stoking of White Racial Resentment is Effective - But Makes All Working-Class Americans Worse Off.The Conversation. July 29.

Knowles, Eric D. and Linda R. Tropp. 2016. "Donald Trump and the Rise of White Identity in Politics.The Conversation. October 20. (reprinted by Huffington Post, The New Republic, Salon, San Francisco Chronicle, Raw Story, and Quartz)

Tropp, Linda R. 2016. "Campus Racial Diversity is Worth the Effort.Wall Street Journal. May 19. 

Kang, Miliann. 2016. “An Asian American Mother’s Question to Chris Rock and the Academy.” Contexts Blog. March 17. 

Tropp, Linda R. and Rachel Godsil. 2016. Sound Science, Sound Policy Blog: Psychology Today. Four-part invited blog series:

Tropp, Linda R. and Rachel Godsil. 2014. "Crossing Boundaries: How Intergroup Contact Can Reduce Racial Anxiety and Improve Race Relations." Invited blog for the American Psychological Association series on Race, Racism, and Law Enforcement: A Call to Action.

Godsil, R., Tropp, L. R., Goff, P. A., & J. Powell. 2014. The Science of Equality, Volume 1: Addressing Implicit Bias, Racial Anxiety, and Stereotype Threat in Education and Health Care. Report published by the Perception Institute and the Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society.


In appreciation of their generous support, the UMass Public Engagement Project would like to thank the Office of the ProvostUniversity Relations, and the Colleges of Natural SciencesSocial and Behavioral Sciences Humanities and Fine ArtsEngineeringPublic Health and Health Sciences, and Education.  The UMass Public Engagement Project also recognizes and appreciates in-kind contributions and collaborations with the Center for Research on Families and the Institute for Social Science Research