A faculty recruitment strategy and a new fund will combat anti-Black racism on campus.
The Lancer women’s basketball team donated proceeds from its Sept. 27 virtual Run 4 Anti-Racism to the Sandwich Team Action Group on Tuesday.
OPUS is seeking a member to represent it on the University’s Anti-Black Racism Task Force.
Tuesday, Oct. 20, is the deadline for nominations to the University of Windsor the Anti-Black Racism Task Force.
As part of a series of concrete steps aimed at combatting Anti-Black Racism on campus, the University of Windsor has issued a call for student, staff, and faculty nominations and self-nominations for the University of Windsor the Anti-Black Racism Task Force. Task Force membership will be predominantly Black.
The University of Windsor has joined universities across Canada in the National Dialogues and Action for Inclusive Higher Education and Communities.
An update outlines the steps taken so far to combat systemic anti-Black racism on campus.
Urban planner Jay Pitter will discuss the fight against anti-Black racism in Canadian cities in a presentation Sept. 22.
Dexter Voisin will present a workshop for UWindsor faculty and staff addressing anti-Black racism in social work.