Capturing the full expression of being Gen Z 

We are committed to listening and understanding the incredible diversity of young people: of all racial, gender, cultural expressions and lived experiences, by amplifying their voices in our ongoing research projects. 
The latest from our diversity research team​

The Cultural Bounds of Belonging: A Closer Look at Latine Young People

The Cultural Bounds of Belonging project, in connection with Dominican University digs deeper into the important cultural nuances that show up in our Noticed-Named-Known framework for creating belonging, a framework we first uncovered and outlined in our 2020 report Belonging: Reconnecting America’s Loneliest Generation.

Season 6: Latinx voices

Listen to our special season of The Voices of Young People Podcast, featuring Latine young people.  

Navigating Uncertainty: Race, Faith, & Mental Health

Watch this conversation with Dr. Kameelah Mu’Min Rashad, a 2022-23 Research Advisory Board member who was joined by members of Springtide’s Gen Z & Diversity Research Team including Associate Researcher Nabil Tueme, 2022-23 BIPOC Fellow Cassandra Ogbevire, and 2022 Research Interns Hannah Turner & Anna Hartshorne.

Springtide BIPOC Fellowship

Our diversity research is in part made possible by our yearly Springtide BIPOC Fellowship and funded by philanthropic partners who care. This financial support enables us to bring this important research to life.

To learn more about funding our research or a fellow, contact Donna Van Pelt, Director of Foundation Relations. donna@springtideresearch.org

Make a gift in support of our ongoing research.

The Springtide BIPOC Fellowship begins in the early summer and lasts for one year. Applications open up each spring. Learn more on our careers page.

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