Predatory Inclusion & Educational Debt

Posted by Xuan Wang-Wolf
Xuan Wang-Wolf, Emory & Henry College’s Director of Online Education, will delivery a talk on Predatory Inclusion & Educational Debt on April 20, 2021.

The talk aims to explore the persistence of racial wealth gap in the modern times and its reflections in the housing crisis and educational loan debt faced by marginalized groups.

This event is part of Emory & Henry’s Celebration of Women’s History Month.

E&H Online is proud to partner with the Office of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion as well as the Lyceum program.

  • Predatory Inclusion, (Photo by Jamiel Law)
Predatory inclusion is defined as: ‘A turn from former exclusion of a marginalized group, to inclusion, but on terms that negates the benefits.’ - Louise Seamster, Assistant Professor of Sociology and Criminology, University of Iowa

Student debt is ‘both a cause and a consequence of racial inequality.’ - Jason Houle, Sociology Professor, Dartmouth College