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AJCU CDE 2019 Le Moyne College: Early Bird Registration closes April 1st!

Dear Colleagues, It is with great excitement that I invite you all to the 2019 CDE Annual hosted at Le Moyne College in Syracuse, NY from June 17-19. The theme of our meeting is “Magis: Breaking the Cycles of Marginalization…

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Webinar: Assessing our Jesuit Campus Climates

AJCU Conference on Diversity & Equity is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom webinar. We will have four Jesuit institutions represented to share their experience working with national consultant, Rankin & Associates, to institutionalize a climate study. Attached is a…

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Bill Davis Scholarship Announcement

The Conference on Diversity and Equity (CDE) is pleased to announce the recipients of this year’s Bill Davis Scholarship.  This scholarship is named in honor of the late Mr. Bill Davis, director of the Upward Bound project, Loyola University of…

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Program Proposal Deadline Extended: May 1st, 2018.

Dear Colleagues, We are extending the program proposal deadline for the 2018 AJCU Conference on Diversity and Equity Annual Meeting until May 1st, 2018. We encourage you to participate in thought-provoking conversations and enriching presentations by submitting a program proposal…

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Submit a Program for AJCUCDE 2018.

The Problem or The Solution: Examining Our Systems to Better Serve Our Students” is our guiding theme for the Annual Meeting. The beautiful campus of Marquette University which is planted in downtown Milwaukee just off Lake Michigan is excited to have…

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Bell Hooks On The State Of Feminism And How To Move Forward Under Trump: BUST Interview

Writer and activist Bell Hooks helps us process the post-elation state of feminism, and tells us how to move forward in the era of Trump.  

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Lynching in America: confronting the legacy of racial terror

Click the link below to access a site that features stories of America’s history of racial injustice. Lynching in America

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“Names Have Power”: Five Essays on Names and Identity.

Five essays on names and identity. via “Names Have Power”: Five Essays on Names and Identity — Discover

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Rising Up Against Climate Change: A Reading List!

Last Friday, I had the once-in-a-gosh-darn-lifetime opportunity to see Bill Nye — yes, the Science Guy himself — in a darkened auditorium of 1,200 people fist-pumping to his theme song and cheering for facts. He spent a significant chunk of…

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