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Black Domers: Sports (Part 2)

Out of 74 leprechauns, only 4 have been represented by students of color. What challenges did they face on the field? Are leprechauns considered athletes? Listen to find out more!

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Black Domers: Sports (Part 1)

Notre Dame is most known for its incomparable skills in sports. Do athletes and non-athletes share the same privileges? Tap in to find out!

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Black Domers: Pioneers (Part 1)

The first black student, Frazier L. Thompson, graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 1947. Listen to some of ND’s “firsts” share their experiences during the 60s and...

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Black Domers: Pioneers (Part 2)

The first black student, Frazier L. Thompson, graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 1947. Listen to some of ND’s “firsts” share their experiences during the 60s and...

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Campus Policing

How can Notre Dame end police biases toward students of color? Listen to the conversation with Notre Dame’s Police Chief, Keri Kei Shibata.

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What does it mean to be black at ND?

The University of Notre Dame is known as a fine institution of learning, but is it known for its inclusive community for Black students? Listen to find out what it means when...

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Racism Is a Life Issue

In the words of Pope Francis, “We cannot tolerate or turn a blind eye to racism and exclusion in any form and yet claim to defend the sacredness of every human life.” This...

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Art and History

Richard Hunt: Legend, Friend

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Business

Most productive workforce may require indefinite affirmative action, study shows

Affirmative action policies have been debated for decades and Supreme Court rulings have guided how universities structure their admission policies. It stands to reason that...

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Art and History

To Be or Not to Be Free

Artist Faith Ringgold was born in 1930 in Harlem and began making art when she was very young. As a child, she was often sick, and making art helped her pass the time while...

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Business

Breaking Down Barriers to African American Entrepreneurship

The benefits of entrepreneurship are well documented. Startups are responsible for nearly all job growth in the United States, experience growth rates substantially higher than...

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Law and Politics

Race, Religion, and Reparative Justice: Black Lives Matter and International Human Rights

Alex Hsu, a postdoctoral research associate with the Ansari Institute, talks with Diane Desierto, associate professor of human rights law and global affairs at the Keough School...

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