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Antiracist Pedagogy in Higher Education



Addressing Inequalities in Education through Policy, Research, and Practice
Presented by the Harvard Radcliffe Institute, the speakers in this program will discuss inequalities among social groups in schools and society, with a focus on racial, economic, social, and cultural differences, and the role of education in the lives of all youth, including African American men. [Source]

Confronting racism in higher education
Wayne Frederick, president of Howard University; 'Funmi Olonisakan, cice president & vice principal international at King’s College London; and Leslie Harris, professor of history and African American studies at Northwestern University join Times Higher Education's (THE) Sara Custer to discuss how to confront racism in universities in both the US and UK.

How to Be an Antiracist Public Institution
Dr. Nadine Petty, UNH Chief Diversity Officer and Associate Vice President for Community, Equity and Diversity, joined us to discuss her team's initial steps toward establishing a more open, equitable and inclusive community at the University of New Hampshire.



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