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Black History Month panel: Toni Morrison’s Lasting Legacy

Morrison, a Nobel Prize laureate, Pulitzer Prize-winner, novelist, essayist, playwright, poet, editor, and educator, was perhaps the most important literary figure writing in...

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Week 4: February 17

This series covers a discussion in Adam Gustine’s Act Justly seminar at the University of Notre Dame. Listen to hear what students have to say about their experiences of...

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Health and Society

Global Health Colloquium: Cancer Health Disparities

Join the Eck Institute for Global Health in collaboration with the Harper Cancer Research Institute (HCRI) for talks from HCRI’s Associate Director, Andy Bullock, and affiliated...

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#BlackFacts by Black@ND – Week 1

Thank you for watching Black@ND’s #BlackFacts series as we share 31 days of #BlackHistory. In this week’s videos, we are highlighting Sidney Poitier, Critical Race Theory,...

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Art and History

#BlackFacts by Black@ND – Week 2

Thank you for watching Black@ND’s #BlackFacts series as we share 31 days of #BlackHistory. In this week’s videos, we are highlighting Black Power, Elizabeth Denison Forth,...

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#BlackFacts by Black@ND – Week 3

Thank you for watching Black@ND’s #BlackFacts series as we share 31 days of #BlackHistory. In this week’s videos, we are highlighting Audre Lorde, the Niggerati, the Tulsa...

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#BlackFacts by Black@ND – Week 4

Thank you for watching Black@ND’s #BlackFacts series as we share 31 days of #BlackHistory. In this week’s videos, we are highlighting Black Liberation Theology, Nona Hendryx,...

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#BlackFacts by Black@ND – Week 5

Thank you for watching Black@ND’s #BlackFacts series as we share 31 days of #BlackHistory. In this week’s videos, we are highlighting Edwidge Danticat and Thomas-Alexandre...

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Health and Society

Week 3: February 3

It got heated on set! When you have no money to spend, what is your struggle meal? Why is #Target making money off of #BlackGirlMagic? Host: Emorja Roberson Co-hosts: Euda Files,...

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A Conversation with Two International Business Leaders

The Mendoza College of Business will present a new way of thinking about the role of business in society via the event “A Conversation with Two International Business...

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Business

Virtues and Vocations Forum presents Mary Gentile: “Giving Voice to Values”

Virtues & Vocations is a national forum hosted by the Center for Social Concerns at the University of Notre Dame for scholars and practitioners across disciplines to consider how...

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Week 2: January 27

Did you know that Black people experience sleep paralysis at a higher rate than white people? Yes, these are facts. Listen in! Host: Emorja Roberson Co-hosts: Euda Fils, Daut’e...

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