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Events for April 3 – March 7 – Page 3 – University Office of Diversity & Inclusion

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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”

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

What Universities Owe Democracy

Join this event as Ronald J Daniels, President of Johns Hopkins University, will discuss his new book What Universities Owe Democracy. The discussion will be followed by an audience Q&A. The event is planned to be hybrid, with a limited number … Continued

WUNC Presents: Code Switching 101

Virtual

Code switching, or the ability to effortlessly change between vernacular, dialects and accents, affects our work and community spaces every day. WUNC Radio has invited DEI instructor, Ashley Gaddy, to lead this interactive virtual event. Participants will learn about the … Continued

Measurement in Research, Using an Anti-Racism Framework

Virtual

Measurement in research is critical as it lays the foundation for a more accurate understanding of the magnitude of a phenomenon, the impact of an intervention, or other causal relationships that will translate into practice models and policies that have … Continued

Race and Memory at UNC

This event was originally scheduled to take place in January. William Sturkey, associate professor in the History Department, and Danita Mason-Hogans, civil rights activist and historian, will discuss the history of race and memory at UNC-Chapel Hill from 1789 to the present, … Continued

Coping Amidst COVID as BIPOC

Although we have learned of the impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on BIPOC, we are yet to understand the full extent of the impacts as investigators provide evidence. Rachel Goode will present on the effects of COVID on … Continued