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Diversity, Inclusion and Social Justice in the Classical Music Scene

with Aaron P. Dworkin The event opens with the UD graduate student Chamber Music Ensemble performing a piece by acclaimed composer and violinist Jessie Montgomery. Dworkin is a…

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Racial Justice Through Collaborative Programs and Projects: Student Presentations

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Kent Messer

The Delaware Environmental Institute (DENIN), founded in 2009, is conducting a search to identify an accomplished scholar and administrator to serve as director. This position will lead the…

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Partnership for Public Education: Antiracism and Social Justice

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The new sex ed: How and what teenagers learn about sex and relationships, Katherine Kafonek

Sexual violence (SV) and intimate partner violence (IPV) are pervasive across age groups and victimization in adolescence increases the risk of victimization throughout the life course. Most research…

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Sport in Juvenile Correctional Facilities: A mixed methods study of the scope and implementation, Kalyn McDonough

The presentation will outline my dissertation research focused on understanding the landscape (frequency, type, identified purpose) of sport programs in long-term, secure juvenile correctional…

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Social Vulnerability and Transit Migration to the Mexico-United States Border, Nancy Contreras

Mass migration movements generate discussions about building walls, activating the National Guard, militarizing border enforcement, and keeping unauthorized migrants out of the United States. At the…

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Rony Baltazar-Lopez — AAP Grad Dedicated to Public Service

Rony Baltazar-Lopez earned his associate's degree from the AAP in 2014 and his bachelor's degree in political science and government from UD in 2017. He is now in the process of earning his…

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Provost's Symposium on Engaged Scholarship: Promoting Racial Justice

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Davis Williams DTI Moving Fictions and Migration FINAL FOR DISTRIBUTION (1)

Promo video for the upcoming Delaware Teachers Institute seminar Moving Fictions: Teaching Migration with Literary and Digital Sources led by Drs. Délice Williams and Emily Davis.

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Moving the Needle on Social Justice - Embedding Social Justice in Our Lives (Workshop 1 of 3)

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Environmental and energy (in)justice in 2020

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Using SEL and Culturally Responsive Pedagogy To Support Conversations Around Anti-Racism (Part 2)

As schools begin this fall, educators have many challenges to address. Among thethings on educators’ minds are how to support their students’ social-emotionallearning and how to engage in…

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Racial Justice Through Collaborative Programs and Projects: Race and Racism at University of Delaware

The death of George Floyd, the injuring of Jacob Blake and many other African Americans who have been subjects of police violence, has moved people of all races and ethnicities throughout the world…

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UD Alternative Breaks Program (UDaB)

Learn about the UD Alternative Breaks Program (UDaB) from Program Coordinator Alyssa Barnes.

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Estelle Ro discusses Migrating to Prison: America's Obsession With Locking Up Immigrants, by César Cuauhtémoc García Hernández.

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