JOURNAL COMMITTED TO SOCIAL CHANGE ON RACE AND ETHNICITY
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- History and Archive
- Equity and Social Justice Awards
- NCORE Mentoring Program
- Parichehr Shahabi-Nabavi Memorial fund
Promoting an Exchange of Ideas
The Journal Committed to Social Change on Race and Ethnicity (JCSCORE) is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal published by the National Conference on Race and Ethnicity (NCORE).
The JCSCORE is an interdisciplinary and peer-reviewed journal committed to promote an exchange of ideas that can transform lives, enhance learning, and improve human relations in higher education.
The journal explores and examines interaction from interdisciplinary perspectives and reports on the status, needs, and direction of human relations studies affected by race, ethnicity and sovereignty in higher education policy, practice, and theory. As a journal of NCORE, the editors welcome work that reflects the complexities of intersectionality of identities as well as creative forms of scholarly work. As an interdisciplinary and peer-reviewed journal, we invite you to submit scholarship that transcends disciplinary boundaries including research articles and monographs, as well as creative papers that pursue innovative formats of scholarly work and approaches including narrative, poetry, and digital media.
Learn more about JCSCORE by reading our JCSCORE Overview and Submission Guidelines document.
The editorial board of JCSCORE was honored to be the recipient of the American College Personnel Association (ACPA) Commission for Social Justice Educators (CSJE) Outstanding Social Justice Collaboration Award. Congratulations to our editorial staff Dr. Cristobal Salinas Jr., Assistant Professor, Florida Atlantic University, Dr. Belinda P. Biscoe, Interim Vice President of Outreach, the University of Oklahoma, Dr. Bruce Busby, retired Professor and Administrators from St. Cloud State University.