NOTE: Due to ongoing concerns posed by the coronavirus (COVID-19), EOCR has moved its operations offsite until further notice. We will continue to provide our services to the community using telephonic and other remote communications technology.
Virginia Sen. Jennifer McClellan ’97 will offer a glimpse into the real-world and challenging task of policymaking to address racial inequities.
McClellan, who has served in the Virginia General Assembly since 2006, is a Democratic gubernatorial candidate for the 2021 election. If elected, she will be the first woman to serve as governor of Virginia, and the first Black female governor in the nation.
Why does it feel like the Asian Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA) and Black community never talk? Join ASU and BSA's open joint gen-bod to learn more about our racialized experiences and identities, how they are intertwined, and how they came come together.
Throughout the 44-year history of the Office of African-American Affairs (OAAA), Black gospel music has been a consistent form of celebration within the Black experience at the University. For the last few years, in partnership with many units across the University, the OAAA has hosted a Black Gospel Explosion during the University's Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration. This year, in collaboration with the Division for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and the University Library System, OAAA is bringing John P.
The extraordinary tale of Harriet Tubman's escape from slavery and transformation into one of America's greatest heroes, whose courage, ingenuity, and tenacity freed hundreds of slaves and changed the course of history. The movie will be shown on both Friday, January 24 and Saturday, January 25 from 7-9 PM. The movie showing is free and open to all UVA community and the public.
The UVA community is invited to join our colleagues at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond for a special symposium featuring four Virginia college presidents on the topic of "Race in Academia".