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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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    Register now for the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Conference (Creating a Welcoming and Equitable Campus). July 30 & 31, 10 am-2:30 pm. $50 for faculty/staff/community, $25 for students. Register: https://nccu.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3LfPaCrZIsBS7BP

    "Space for Dialogue for Black Postdocs)," July 2, 1-2 p.m. will be an open discussion moderated by Charla Blumell (Office of Student Wellness) and co-hosted by the University Office for Diversity & Inclusion. JOIN US! http://tinyurl.com/Y8RRQGUQ

    Join @UNCeship @ noon on July 1 for a discussion on the journeys of black entrepreneurs led by @nctechnocrat, @dananewell, Franklin Roye of @IndyCareHealth and Amie Thompson of @CreativeAllies. Register now: http://eship.unc.edu/events

    Join this panel discussion on June 30, 1:30 pm to learn about the history of policing in the U.S. and local organizing efforts towards reforming, defunding or abolishing police forces. Register: https://go.unc.edu/defund

    Why are Latinx communities in NC disproportionately impacted by the current COVID-19 pandemic? Join Building Integrated Communities & UNC World View for a Twitter chat to discuss resources to support our neighbors. #WorldViewChats June 24, 1 pm http://go.unc.edu/worldviewchats13

    Join Pulitzer Prize winning author Nikole Hannah-Jones ’03 MA & UNC Prof. Jim Leloudis as they discuss Nikole’s Carolina story, career (specifically her work on The 1619 Project) & her thoughts on the current social justice movement. June 24, 2:30 pm https://tarheelstogether.unc.edu/june-24-live-up-close-with-nikole-hannah-jones/

    Juneteenth is a national holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the US. Though the Emancipation Proclamation stated that all slaves were free as of Jan. 1, 1863, the was not enforced until June 19, 1865 when the Civil War ended.

    The University Office for Diversity & Inclusion supports all DREAMers and stands in solidarity with them. We are stronger together. #HomeIsHere (photo: http://Politico.com) https://www.npr.org/2020/06/18/829858289/supreme-court-upholds-daca-in-blow-to-trump-administration

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