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The Roy Wilkins Center for Human Relations and Social Justice - A leading research center dedicated to finding solutions to racial and ethnic inequality.
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Mayor Melvin Carter Mar 17
The State of Our City cannot be measured by the height of our buildings, nor by the combined value of our firms, but only by the extent to which our public policy and public resources work for all of us.
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Princeton African American Studies Mar 17
How the Daughters and Granddaughters of Former Slaves Secured Voting Rights for http://All. Read more:
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Roy Wilkins Center Mar 17
To name some more: Andrea M. Headley, , , , Brandi Blesset, Sheila D. Ards, Elise Harper-Anderson,
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Roy Wilkins Center Mar 17
As today is , We challenge you to cite a Black woman in your next paper who has made tremendous strides in her field. Some options... Margaret Simms Cecilia A. Conrad... Just to name a few
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Cite Black Women. Mar 16
Coming together It is easier to work After our bodies meet paper and pen - , “Recreation” (1978) Don’t forget! Tomorrow is !!! Get those quotes ready! Looking forward to seeing everyone all day for some recreation.
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Gloria L. Blackwell Mar 16
Thoroughly enjoyed this convo . Public Thinker: Keisha N. Blain on Black Women’s Intellectual History via
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ACLU Mar 16
The pay gap has decreased by only half a percent per year since the Equal Pay Act was signed in 1963.
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YWCA St. Paul Mar 14
: 🏊🏿‍♀️Transitional Housing Program (THP) family night event at ! ☀️ These outings, organized by our program staff, provide the chance for families to have fun together and help ease the stress of being in a transitional period of their lives 🧡
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AAIHS Mar 14
Tomorrow, March 15th, is the last day to register online for the conference! Make sure you sign up to take part in the luncheon featuring Dr. Ibram X. Kendi (), Founding Director of The Antiracist Research & Policy Center at American University --
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William E. Spriggs Mar 13
Historian Martha S. Jones examines the unique voice of Black women in the fight for universal suffrage and highlights their role in winning voting rights for women in Illinois ahead of the nation via
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BSU Office of Alumni Mar 13
I just voted for on . Retool Your School is back and you can help BSU win a $50K grant from ! Tweet or cast your vote online. Voting ends 4/14 at 11:59pm EST. Let's Go Bulldogs!
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Humphrey School Mar 8
Dean Laura Bloomberg thanking our two major event sponsors: and .
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Roy Wilkins Center Professor Dr. Samuel Myers Jr. with presenters from Political Economy of Racism I and II panels at
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Kristen E. Broady Mar 1
Presenters from Political Economy of Racism I and II panels at with Dr. Samuel Myers, Jr., Dr. Jeannette Wicks-Lim,
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Humphrey School Feb 28
. Prof Peter Calow contributed to a new report on Lead in Drinking Water. The report estimates that the benefits to public health and the economy of removing lead from drinking water could reach more than $8 billion
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Sharon Smith-Akinsanya Feb 28
: Gary Cunningham, CEO of ? continues to work diligently to help minority entrepreneurs succeed through consultation, mentoring, and financially supporting small minority businesses. 🏢
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UMN Gender and Sexuality Center Feb 28
Wanna learn more about LGBTQ+ topics from an international perspective? Interested in expanding your network and making connections? Come to the kick off for our International LGBTQ+ Discussion Series! TONIGHT from 5-7pm in Appleby 41! Hope to see you there!
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Pedro Nicolaci da Costa Feb 25
"Most economists have never heard of Sadie Alexander because she was not a practicing economist, though she earned her doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania in 1921. Racial and gender discrimination denied her the opportunity."
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Magrath Library Feb 25
The Nutritious U Pantry will be in Coffman 210, 12-6 this week. Look for them tomorrow, Wednesday, and Thursday!
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The New York Times Feb 18
Fewer than 1% of U.S. doctorates in math are awarded to African-Americans. Dr. Edray Goins earned one of them.
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