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Creative Industries researchers awarded ARC grant
Much to learn about antiracism, a movement driven by more than one cause
Department of Communication Studies faculty publish 5 books in 2020
How can you be a feminist on Instagram?
Justice for all: How race and American identity may affect politics
Grants to support local domestic violence projects
NFSA Launches ? Kylie: A Celebration
Shaken or stirred? Dangerous fieldwork in social sciences
UO to launch a new center focused on racial disparities
Statement by Minister Monsef on occasion of International Day of Girl Child
Coors forum highlights free speech in age of ‘cancel culture’
Undercurrents: Channeling Outrage to Spark Practical Activism By Steve Davis
Page Center announces 2021 calls for research proposals
Black women’s digital creativity and online experiences highlighted
Grant funding for reducing violence against women
New education “hubs” for Deaf children needed to replace social spaces lost when specialist schools close
Dinosaurs, dodos, and future of life on Earth
Nashville historical marker honors Vanderbilt leader who was community activist
Examining History of Policing and Race Relations in Houston
UC introduces new program in LGBTQ studies
Australian Greens build anti-racism strategy to combat rising alt-right hate
Canberra’s newest public school in Molonglo has been named
Australian Senate condemns “Bodgy” bushfire research
Canada supports climate action by Earth Rangers Foundation
Berkeley Talks: Why 1960s song ‘Little Boxes’ still strikes
Curtin hosts discussion on Black Lives Matter and creative activism in WA
Children’s fiction on terror is leading a youth ‘write-back’ against post-9/11 paranoia
Women’s suffrage remembered at 100
Focus on links between sport and violence prevention reminds that ‘It’s On All Of Us’
19th Amendment is a milestone, but not endpoint, for women’s rights in America, says Stanford historian
Building empathy and sharing wisdom on MIT’s Day of Dialogue
Seven new releases coming to NFB.ca in June. Works by Sam Vint, Laura Marie Wayne, Marie Clements, Rachel Bower
Waning attention to climate change amid pandemic could have lasting effects
New Canada Research Chair will take a community-based approach to dismantle common perceptions about disabilities
When inequality is significant, free markets are not necessarily way to go, says Northwestern economist
Call for proposals to implement a youth engagement project in Ukraine in 2020-2021
Apple donates its proceeds from John Lewis documentary to museums that honor his legacy
Green Party warmly welcome Behrouz Boochani
Apple, creatives, and disability rights activists reflect on 30 years of Americans with Disabilities Act
On John Lewis: ‘His activism was a holy crusade’
Study shows corporate activism can help, or hurt, bottom line
HOPE at Brown: Battling discrimination against Rhode Islanders experiencing homelessness
Re-examining youth violence problems
Shareholder activism: how to fight climate change denialism on boards
Talking with parents empowers Latino youths to engage in community
Secretary of State has reappointed Stephen Cohen as Commissioner of Gambling Commission
Biology community holds daylong program to address diversity and inclusion
UBCO student, human rights activist wins Lieutenant Governor’s award