Diversity and Inclusion

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News Highlights

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Book by African American Studies Professor Selected for Prestigious Choice Reviews Award

February 26th, 2021

Black Cultural Production After Civil Rights, edited by Department of African American Studies professor Robert Patterson, Ph.D., was recently selected as a Choice Reviews Outstanding Academic Title for 2020. The collection of essays, from a variety of scholars, examines the significance of the 1970s to Black studies and Black culture.

Professor Discusses Importance of Equitable Education in of Wake Pandemic

February 16th, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has made apparent many inequities of our society, not the least of which being education. Sabrina Wesley-Nero, Ph.D., (SFS ‘95), director of the undergraduate program in Education, Inquiry, and Justice (EDIJ) and co-creator and faculty lead of the graduate program Educational Transformation (EDTR), describes the importance of learning from this moment to create a more just society through equal educational opportunities.