Op-Eds

Fisher, Dana, Dawn Dow, and Rashawn Ray. 2017. “The demographics of the #resistance.” Salon. (06/03/17)

Fisher, Dana, Dawn Dow, and Rashawn Ray. 2017. “The demographics of the #resistance.” The Conversation. (05/31/17)

Ray, Rashawn. 2017. “ACTIVATING SCHOLAR-ACTIVISTS: A CALL TO THE SCIENCE COMMUNITY.” Blackademia Blog. (02/13/17)

Dow, Dawn, Dana Fisher, and Rashawn Ray. 2017. “This Is What Democracy Looks Like: Three Academics Survey the Women’s March.” Pacific Standard. Reprint. (02/06/17)

Dow, Dawn, Dana Fisher, and Rashawn Ray. 2017. “This is What Democracy Looks Like!.” Sociological Images (02/06/17)

Ray, Rashawn. 2016. “Why I Postponed the Exam Following the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election.” Speak for Sociology Blog (12/19/16)

Ray, Rashawn. 2016. “#BlackLivesMatter at UMD: Community-based Participatory Research to Create a More Equitable America.” ASA footnotes (10/2016)

Vargas, Robert and Rashawn Ray. 2016. “It’s on All of Us to Stop the Mini ‘Civil Wars’ being Waged on our Streets.” Public Radio International (7/12/16)

Ray, Rashawn. 2015. “AME Church Massacre and America’s Inability to Acknowledge Structural Racism.” Huffington Post. (6/24/15)

Ray, Rashawn. 2015. “This is Why Freddie Gray Ran.” Public Radio International (5/1/15)

Ray, Rashawn. 2013. “Michael Bloomberg: Big Brother or Pioneer.” New York Times, Room for Debate. (12/25/13)

Ray, Rashawn. 2012. “People Listen to Health Care Providers.” New York Times, Room for Debate. (6/2/12)

Ray, Rashawn. 2012. “Cause and Consequence in Weight Gain.” New York Times, Room for Debate. (5/7/12)

Ray, Rashawn. 2012. “Our Inability to Separate Black Male from Criminal.” New York Times, Room for Debate. (3/13/12)

Ray, Rashawn. 2012. “Physical Activity is Essential.” Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Human Capital Blog. (1/3/12)

Ray, Rashawn. 2011. “Is Spanking a Black and White Issue? Peer Pressure and Support.” New York Times, Room for Debate. (8/14/11)