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    Building an Inclusive Future

    At Carolina, we believe a diversity of thoughts and voices make us stronger. From attracting and retaining a more diverse, inclusive student body, faculty and staff to supporting programs, educational opportunities and events that celebrate diversity and foster critical conversations – Carolina is committed to building a more diverse, equal and inclusive community.

    Help ensure our success by giving to our diversity, equity and inclusion programs, culture and identity centers, scholarships, fellowships and professorships.

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    $6,000 for 100 Donors

    The UNC Young Alumni Leadership Council (YALC) has generously pledged $6,000 to support the Building Our Community Together Fund. The YALC now challenges you to support any Diversity and Inclusion Fund and will donate $60 per donor, up to 100 donors, today on GiveUNC.

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    Build Our Community Together Fund

    The Build Our Community Together Fund supports the first initiative in the University’s strategic plan Carolina Next: Innovations for Public Good. Gifts to the fund will support work in three main areas: archives, history, research and curation; curriculum development and teaching; and engagement, ethics and reckoning.

    The Build Our Community Together initiative recognizes the need to effect long-term change in a meaningful and sustainable way.

    Donations to the fund will go toward:

    • creating conditions on campus that enable us all to thrive and feel like we all belong;
    • enhancing the educational benefits of diversity and inclusion through effective retention, recruitment and enrollment; and
    • prioritizing diversity, equity and inclusion in teaching, research and service, as well as in hiring, evaluation and promotion.
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    Just 46 days until this VITAL national election! Are you registered? Not sure whether to vote by mail, early or in person? All your answers are at http://diversity.unc.edu/vote

    Register to join Professor William Marshall, Professor Kerrel Murray and @UNCLawAlumni Teresa Wynn Roseborough '86 on September 25 for a Constitution Day discussion -- “Bush v Gore at 20: The Case That Decided the Presidency.” Register at https://law.unc.edu/event/constitution-day-bush-v-gore/

    On September 17, 1787, the U.S. Constitution was signed. Today as a University, we reflect on this historic day and the hope it represents for the future.

    Who is your favorite Con Law professor? What's your favorite Con Law memory? Let us know! #UNC

    Join the Carolina Union Activities Board in our first ever Virtual Jubilee Concert. Current student registration: http://go.unc.edu/JubileeFall2020. Spring 2020 Grad registration: http://go.unc.edu/Jubilee2020Grad. Your RSVP on Heel Life is required for access. As always, CUAB loves you ❤

    48 days until the most important election of our time. Do you know how and where you'll vote? Get info here: https://diversity.unc.edu/vote/

    #QueerMiniCon2020 honors National Coming Out Day by showcasing LGBTQIA+ research and expression in NC. Students, postdocs, faculty and staff at NC Higher Ed institutions can submit proposals for short presentations and art until 9/20 at 11:55 pm. http://go.unc.edu/QMC2020

    Save your seat! The first speaker in @FPGInstitute’s Distinguished Lecture Series is Leann Smith DaWalt, PhD | “Supporting #Youth with #ASD and their Families during the Transition to Adulthood” | Sept. 23, 3-4:30pm | Register at: http://go.unc.edu/dawalt

    Carolina students, faculty and staff are invited to participate in a questionnaire to inform the work of the University of North Carolina System's Racial Equity Task Force.
    Full details: https://www.unc.edu/posts/2020/09/15/invitation-to-participate-in-unc-system-survey/

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