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Message from the Chancellor: Caring for Our Community

November 6, 2020

(from Dear Carolina Community, This has been a highly charged time for our country, with a contentious national election during a global pandemic that has an impact on multiple facets of our daily lives, both large and small. This election … Continued

Destiny Reid Earns CEO Action for Racial Equity Fellowship

October 19, 2020

Destiny Reid, assistant director for strategy and programs in the University Office for Diversity and Inclusion, is among the first cohort chosen for the inaugural CEO Action for Racial Equity Fellowship. The program provides the opportunity for CEO Action signatories … Continued

Message from the Interim CDO: Your Voice, Your Vote

October 6, 2020

On November 3rd, we will have the opportunity to cast our vote in the election of officials in our state, as well as in the national presidential race. This election is particularly important as we find ourselves navigating unprecedented times … Continued

Diversity Spotlight: Dr. Stuart Gold

October 1, 2020

Stuart Gold was destined to become a doctor. At the tender age of just two, he had a prescient realization while observing his pediatrician uncle making house calls. So impressed was he by his uncle’s demonstration of service to their … Continued

Latinx Heritage Month at UNC

September 23, 2020

Latinx Heritage Month is observed from Sept.15 through Oct. 15. At UNC, the Carolina Latinx Center. This nationally recognized month honors the contributions made by Latinx Americans to the United States and celebrates their heritage and cultures. Latinx people have … Continued

Race, Research and Reckoning

September 14, 2020

Panelists at the University’s first Race, Racism and Racial Equity (R3) symposium discuss how campus buildings, property and even historical archives came at the price of racial exploitation.

Diversity Spotlight: Elaine Westbrooks

July 31, 2020

Growing up in Homestead, PA, a mill town located on the outskirts of downtown Pittsburgh best known for its famous Negro League Baseball team, the Homestead Grays, Elaine Westbrooks developed an early affinity for her local library. An early build … Continued