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Events for March 31 – April 1 – Page 2 – University Office of Diversity & Inclusion

How to Be an Anti-Racist Researcher

Virtual

Anti-racist researchers combat inequality and racism by conceptualizing, implementing, and disseminating research that dismantles racism, oppression, discrimination, and structural inequalities. This presentation offers participants an opportunity to learn how to engage in antiracist research by presenting a counter-narrative to the … Continued

Pass the AUX

Virtual

The Black History Month Committee and First-Year Class Council will present "Pass the Aux." The event will give the students the opportunity to show off their taste in music by choosing specific songs of their liking. Come prepared with your … Continued

Abbey Speaker Series: Science and Democracy

Virtual

As the 12th largest research institution in North America, this discussion is paramount at UNC-Chapel Hill. The UNC Program for Public Discourse and General Alumni Association brings together scientists from academia and publishing for Science and Democracy, an online Abbey … Continued

Disability and Dating: Romantic Relationships – A Panel Discussion

Virtual

Join the Carolina Institute for Developmental Disabilities for a panel discussion featuring people with disabilities and their experiences with dating and romantic relationships. The panel will be moderated by Michelle Ballasiotes, a current Occupational Therapy (OT) student at UNC-Chapel Hill … Continued

Conceptualizing Anti-Racist Research

Virtual

Andrea Murray-Lichtman will explore the current debate about centering race and racial equity in research, policy, and practice. The engaging conversation will encourage participants to evaluate the implications of their research, policy, and practice goals in light of history and … Continued

Celebrating Black America: Lessons of the Hour

Carrboro Century Center 100 N Greensboro St, Carrboro, NC 27510

The Carrboro Century Center will host local history scholars and community leaders to view Fred Morsell’s 1994 re-enactment of one of the last great speeches by Frederick Douglass entitled “The Lessons of the Hour.” Following the video re-enactment, a panel … Continued

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Process Series: An Evening of New Work by Students

Swain Hall Black Box Theatre 101 E. Cameron Avenue, Chapel Hill, NC

The 2021-2022 Process Series season continues with a performance featuring four UNC Chapel Hill students. Evening of New Work by Students is a diverse program ranging from dance duets to historically set plays. A graduate student performance by AhDream Smith explores identity, legacy, land ownership, … Continued

Podcast: “Dear Baldwin”

Swain Hall Black Box Theatre 101 E. Cameron Avenue, Chapel Hill, NC

Part of the Process Series, Dear Baldwin: A Podcast is hosted, created, and written by Dr. Sharon P. Holland, Chair of the Department of American Studies, and local activist Delores Chandler. This performance will take the form of a live taping … Continued

Recurring

Process Series: An Evening of New Work by Students

Swain Hall Black Box Theatre 101 E. Cameron Avenue, Chapel Hill, NC

The 2021-2022 Process Series season continues with a performance featuring four UNC Chapel Hill students. Evening of New Work by Students is a diverse program ranging from dance duets to historically set plays. A graduate student performance by AhDream Smith explores identity, legacy, land ownership, … Continued