The Tulsa Race Massacre Exhibit ends on Monday, November 1. On Tuesday, November 2, the Smith community will gather for a brief reflection. We are delighted to welcome DeNeen Brown, associate professor in the Phillip Merrill College of Journalism to join us in this closing dialogue. Brown will be joined by Zeinab Karake, associate dean of community and culture, and Victor C.

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Join Ascend and WBA to discuss the LGBTQ_ community, people of color in the workforce, imposter syndrome, and women in the workforce.

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Too often, discussions of Africa outside the continent fail to consider Africans’ own priorities. Policymakers typically cite a dearth of reliable data on local perspectives for this failure. But now, as the Biden administration signals interest in revamping U.S.-Africa relations, an opportunity to better incorporate the voices of African citizens into policymaking is emerging.

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All University of Maryland students, faculty and staff are invited to attend a unique series of virtual Presidential Distinguished Forums featuring renowned experts working at the forefront of today's most pressing issues. From the COVID-19 pandemic and climate change to voter access and the social unrest that has led to the Black Lives Matter movement, current national and world events present unprecedented challenges, but also opportunities to explore new and better paths forward.

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Launched in Fall 2020, the College of Arts and Humanities Dean’s Colloquium Series on Race, Equity and Justice introduces audiences to faculty expertise on issues of systemic racism, inequality and social justice.

This colloquium features Christopher Bonner, associate professor of history, who will discuss voting and racial justice through the lens of the 19th-century activist Willis Augustus Hodges. 

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The School of Music community celebrates the rich cultural diversity of understudied Latin American regions showcasing student-led ethnomusicology and performance projects. Join us for a musical promenade of the popular, classical and folkloric colors in the Salvadoran Diaspora of Washington, D.C., Guatemala, the Dominican Republic and an exciting performance featuring Afro-Cuban rhythms.

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Historically, zines have been a medium for minoritized voices. A zine is a self-published, non-commercial print-work that is unbound by rules of form or function.

In reflection of National Depression and Mental Health Screening Month, we are partnering with the Counseling Center, to offer a space for our community to document their experiences, feelings, and truths.

Meet us at McKeldin Library to make your own zine, buttons, or bookmarks any time between 2 and 4 p.m.

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Come and learn about the differences in audit and tax with Ascend Pan-Asian Leaders UMD chapter.

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An intimate and haunting portrait of grief and the search for meaning as told through the prism of three generations of her Chinese American family. “Seeing Ghosts,” asks what it means to reclaim and tell your family’s story. The result is a provocative and transformative meditation on who we become when facing loss.

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Check out “Asian American Workers Rising: APALA's Struggle to Transform the Labor Movement,” a new book that sheds light on AAPI history and captures the determination and commitment of a multiethnic, multigenerational group of AAPI labor activists. The fight before us is long, but we must keep strengthening the labor movement to advance workers' rights and labor solidarity.

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