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Leah Cox named Carolina’s Vice Provost for Equity and Inclusion and Chief Diversity Officer

September 10, 2021

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Muslim Voices at Carolina

April 27, 2021

As part of our ongoing series of “Voices at Carolina,” we are focusing on Muslim voices this month to mark both Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr. Ramadan, an Islamic holiday marked by fasting, praise, prayer and devotion to Islam, began at…read more about Muslim Voices at Carolina

2021 Diversity Awards

April 12, 2021

https://youtu.be/TMTun_Z3Zfo 2021 Diversity Award Recipients Undergraduate Award Kira Griffith (’21) Neuroscience major Learn more about Kira Kira Griffith is an Afro-Caribbean undergraduate senior and Distinguished Chancellor’s Science Scholar graduating with a Bachelors of Science in Neuroscience, minors in Music and…read more about 2021 Diversity Awards

Asian Voices at Carolina

April 6, 2021

In light of the alarming increase in anti-Asian violence and sentiment, there is great concern at UNC about the safety and well-being of our Asian faculty, staff and students. As members of our Carolina community, we grieve for their losses,…read more about Asian Voices at Carolina

R3 ARTivism Explores the Power of the Arts in Confronting White Supremacy

March 2, 2021

The third event in the R3 Symposium series, ARTivism: Using arts-based scholarship to interrogate and dismantle racism, opened with a spoken word performance by Chapel Hill’s inaugural Poet Laureate, CJ Suitt, who addressed these turbulent times. “It’s hard to be an artist…read more about R3 ARTivism Explores the Power of the Arts in Confronting White Supremacy

R3: “Cultural Industry, Techno-capitalism and Labor: The Mediated Exploitation of Black and Brown Bodies”

December 1, 2020

Written by Jenille Morgan More than 600 people tuned in on Wednesday, Nov. 11 for the second event in the Race, Racism and Racial Equity (R3) Symposium series. Centering on the theme “Cultural Industry, Techno-capitalism, and Labor: The Mediated Exploitation…read more about R3: “Cultural Industry, Techno-capitalism and Labor: The Mediated Exploitation of Black and Brown Bodies”

2020 Diversity Awards

April 11, 2020

The 2021 Diversity Awards were granted to 10 individuals and 2 groups in 6 categories. The ceremony was held remotely due to COVID-19. Watch speeches here.

2021 MLK UNC Student Scholarship Awardees

January 19, 2020

Finalists for the 2021 MLK Student Scholarship were Aneesha Tucker (winner), Melanie Godinez-Cedillo and Amy Lo.