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Global Affairs

Decolonizing Scholarship in Feminist Studies/Critical Race and Ethnic Studies with Marisol LeBrón

Marisol LeBrón is an Associate Professor in Feminist Studies and Critical Race and Ethnic Studies at the University of California, Santa Cruz. She is presenting “Debt and...

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Religion and Philosophy

Annual Walk the Walk Week Prayer Service

Join us as we reflect on Dr. King’s legacy and pray for an end to racism, inequality, and injustice in our communities, nation, and world. A candlelight march and reception in...

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Health and Society

Exploiting Diversity

Building an Anti-Racist Vocabulary Join the Klau Center for Civil and Human Rights as Nancy Leong, professor of law, University of Denver, and author of Identity Capitalists,...

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Law and Politics

Protecting Oak Flat and Other Indigenous Sacred Places

Notre Dame Law School’s Religious Liberty Initiative hosted a discussion on April 29, 2021, about the importance of adequate protections for Indigenous sacred places in North...

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Health and Society

How Whites Can Become Allies

How can whites become allies? The first step to fixing a problem is to listen. Join the conversation with Maria McKenna, Ph.D., to find out how whites can join forces with the...

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Science and Technology

Three-part Zoom series on neuroscience and behavior launches in March

How your brain works impacts not only your behavior, but also your worldview. Early environments and experiences affect the brain and overall health, research has shown....

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Law and Politics

2021 MLK Jr. Day – A Conversation with Justice Alan Page

In honor of MLK Jr. Day 2021, Justice Alan Page ’67 reflects on the challenges facing our nation at this moment in history and on a lifetime of work dedicated to equal justice...

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Religion and Philosophy

ThinkND series to explore world religions

University of Notre Dame theologians from the World Religions World Church program will embark on a seven-session virtual teaching series examining the Catholic Church in a...

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Health and Society

Blacks in the Arts (Part 2)

How do Black performers maintain their blackness in a predominantly white genre? Are they battling the impostor syndrome? Take a listen! Co-hosts: Emorja Roberson...

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Health and Society

Blacks in the Arts (Part 1)

How do Black performers maintain their blackness in a predominantly white genre? Are they battling the impostor syndrome? Take a listen! Topic: Blacks in the Arts (Part...

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Health and Society

Navigating Residential Life (Part 2)

What can a student expect when arriving at ND? It is all peaches and cream? Let’s kick it with rectors and leaders in diversity and inclusion. Topic: Navigating Res Life at ND...

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Health and Society

Breast Cancer Awareness

Tap in to check out the story on how a nationally known journalist and breast cancer survivor birthed a miracle baby during a challenging season of her life. Topic: Breast Cancer...

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