Skip to Main Page Content
Home / CSRD Blog Code of Conduct and Terms

CSRD Blog Code of Conduct and Terms

 The CSRD Blog is a space for thought and discussion on the topics of race and democracy. The Blog is curated by CSRD faculty fellows and affiliate faculty who will share their thoughts and opinions on current events and engaging issues that are central to the mission of the Center for the Study of Race and Democracy (CSRD). Their opinions do not necessarily reflect or represent the opinions of the CSRD or Arizona State University (ASU).

The Blog will make sure the postings on our page are in line with our mission: to serve as a hub of collaborative, scholarly activity and exchange, increase awareness and informed dialogue involving the topics of race and democracy. We expect users will not post comments that fall into the following categories and reserve the right to block commenters and remove comments that are:

  • Abusive, defamatory, or obscene
  • Fraudulent, deceptive, or misleading
  • In violation of another’s intellectual property right
  • In violation of any law or regulation
  • Otherwise offensive

The views, opinions, depicted results and experiences expressed in user-submitted comments are solely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of CSRD, the CSRD Blog, or ASU. User comments are not edited for accuracy or safety; however, to ensure a continually positive and informative experience, we may report or remove commentary containing spam, profanity, or otherwise objectionable or prohibited material subject to the Code of Conduct and Terms stated above.