IGS co-director, Cristina Mora is quoted in the New York Times, "Does Hispanic Heritage Month Need a Rebrand?" Mora is author of Making Hispanics: How Activists, Bureaucrats and Media Constructed a New American.
IGS Resident Scholar Thomas Mann is the 2019 recipient of the Hubert H. Humphrey Award, given by the American Political Science Association in recognition of his "extraordinary achievements and exemplary commitment to scholarship, good governance and public service."
An op-ed by Ian Haney López, "Why do Trump’s supporters deny the racism that seems so evident to Democrats?" is published in the Los Angeles Times. Haney López is Earl Warren Professor of Public Law at Berkeley Law and a member of the IGS Faculty Advisory Committee.
Taeku Lee is co-author of "Why Trump Fears Women of Color," published in the New York Times on August 13. Taeku Lee is a professor of political science and law and a member of the IGS affiliated faculty.
Cristina Mora is quoted in the New York Times, "‘It Feels Like Being Hunted’: Latinos Across U.S. in Fear After El Paso Massacre." Mora is co-director of IGS.
Karen Chapple is cited in NextCity.org on school district borders. Chapple is faculty director of the Center for Community Innovation/Urban Displacement Project and an IGS affiliate.
Cecilia Hyunjung Mo is co-author of a Washington Post analysis on the effect of the president’s rhetoric on the political attitudes of racial minorities. Mo is an assistant professor of political science and an IGS affiliate.
Eric Schickler is quoted in the Washington Post on the controversy over Rep. Nancy Pelosi's use of the term "racist" in a condemnation of President Trump. Schickler is co-director of the Institute of Governmental Studies.