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Leadership

Black Domers: Black Spirituality

“Recent events in our nation have led to a national reckoning, to soul-searching and a demand for action with regard to racial and social injustice…There is a widespread sense...

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Leadership

Black Domers: Black Well-being

“Recent events in our nation have led to a national reckoning, to soul-searching and a demand for action with regard to racial and social injustice…There is a widespread sense...

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Leadership

Black Domers: Blazing Trails in 21st Century Business & Entrepreneurship

“Recent events in our nation have led to a national reckoning, to soul-searching and a demand for action with regard to racial and social injustice…There is a widespread sense...

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Leadership

Black Domers: The Future of Social Justice

“Recent events in our nation have led to a national reckoning, to soul-searching and a demand for action with regard to racial and social injustice…There is a widespread sense...

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Law and Politics

The Danger of Racial Colorblindess

Have you ever heard the phrase “I don’t see color,” when talking about race or ethnicity? Color blindness is the idea that ignoring or overlooking racial and ethnic...

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Walk the Walk

2024 Walk the Walk Week: Commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

2024 Walk the Walk Week  by University of Notre Dame on on Exposure

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We Got Us Now: Walking with Children Impacted by Mass Incarceration

The Notre Dame Initiative on Race and Resilience (IRR) and the Center for Social Concerns (CSC) brought WE GOT US NOW to ND for Walk The Walk Week on January 18, 2024, Andrews...

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Law and Politics

Perspectives of Black Men in Law School, Part 2

Black men make up less than 5% of lawyers in the United States. Though drastically underrepresented in the legal profession, Black men are overrepresented in the number of...

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Law and Politics

Perspectives of Black Men in Law School, Part 1

Black men make up less than 5% of lawyers in the United States. Though drastically underrepresented in the legal profession, Black men are overrepresented in the number of...

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Law and Politics

Breaking the Unconscious Bias Habit

According to research, bias is a habit that begins to take shape at an early age. As we form our own social identities surrounding things like ethnicity, race, sexual orientation,...

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Law and Politics

The Importance of Inclusion at ND Law

What does it mean to be part of an inclusive law school community? On this episode of The DEI Podcast, Marisa Simon ’10, Director of Admissions at Notre Dame Law School,...

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Religion and Philosophy

Who Is My Neighbor? Racism and the Catholic Social Tradition

A conversation about race relations with Ernest Morrell, Center for Literacy Education and John Cavadini, McGrath Institute for Church Life, moderated by Diane Desierto, Keough...

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