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At Carolina, diversity and inclusion are about building understanding across differences, creating conditions to ensure the equitable educational and social benefits of diversity and cultivating an inclusive and supportive environment for undergraduate, graduate and professional students, faculty and staff – where every person feels valued and has an opportunity to add value.
A lecture by historian and author Ibram X. Kendi launched a monthlong celebration of African-American history at UNC-Chapel Hill and across the country.
In his speech Jan. 24, Jealous told his audience, “I believe in the young people in this room, and I believe in the old folks in this room.”
A talk by Reginald Hildebrand launched a weeklong series of events honoring Martin Luther King Jr.
Debra Johnson published her story "Why I Won't Teach My Son 'Black Codes'" in October as a video by The New York Times. Now, she's visiting UNC to discuss the unique challenges faced by African American parents.
Please join us for an interactive dialogue in which participants will gain deeper insights about implicit bias and the certain uncertainty of our world, the interplay between these two factors and the exchange of perspectives and insights.
The Institute of African American Research and NCGrowth are hosting a multi-disciplinary conference to connect academic researchers and Black communities across North American and internationally. By creating new collaborations, we will help to document, safeguard and enhance the life of these communities. This event is hosted by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) and will be held September 9-11, 2019 at the Carolina Theatre in Durham NC.