DIVERSE | UC Irvine Duo Endow New Scholarship Fund for Black Business Students ★

UC Irvine Duo Endow New Scholarship Fund for Black Business Students by Arrman Kyaw May 13, 2021 Dr. Tonya Williams Bradford and Dr. Kevin Bradford, professors at University of California Irvine’s Paul Merage School of Business, saw that there was a financial burden that comes with pursuing college education. So the husband and wife duo [...]

DIVERSE | UC Irvine Duo Endow New Scholarship Fund for Black Business Students ★2021-05-28T09:23:20-07:00

THE NATION | An Afropessimist on the Year Since George Floyd Was Murdered ♥

An Afropessimist on the Year Since George Floyd Was Murdered The Nation | May 27, 2021 Frank Wilderson, UCI professor of African American studies writes, “Now, from my coastline of old age, I see how the funeral procession of Black death that litters this landscape tells a different story. Anti-Black racism is not a by-product [...]

THE NATION | An Afropessimist on the Year Since George Floyd Was Murdered ♥2021-06-02T15:33:29-07:00

Toward Racial Justice Conversation – May 25, 2021

Toward Racial Justice Conversation – May 25, 2021   Last year’s murder of George Floyd focused attention on confronting systemic racism and promoting racial justice as a combined national imperative. To commemorate and reflect on these legacies as well as the strategies going forward, the Office of Inclusive Excellence will host a Toward [...]

Toward Racial Justice Conversation – May 25, 20212021-06-02T13:24:45-07:00

After the Fierce Urgency of Now Passes – Message on George Floyd Commemoration

Dear campus community, Today marks the one-year anniversary of the murder of George Floyd. George Floyd's death simultaneously elevated attention to systemic anti-Black racism in the United States and spurred UCI to aspire to be the nation's foremost destination for Black people to thrive as students, faculty, staff and members of our community. UCI's Black [...]

After the Fierce Urgency of Now Passes – Message on George Floyd Commemoration2021-05-25T11:22:39-07:00

Combatting Online Extremism: Join us for a free 5-session online training ♥

Combatting Online Extremism: Join us for a free 5-session online training Join Orange County Human Relations (OCHR) and the University of California, Irvine (UCI) for a five-part, free online training that will offer tools and resources for how to combat online extremism. Using modules developed as part of UC Irvine’s Confronting Digital Extremism initiative, UCI [...]

Combatting Online Extremism: Join us for a free 5-session online training ♥2021-06-02T15:32:11-07:00

UCI’s Salvador E. Zarate is named American Council of Learned Societies F’21 Fellow ★

American Council of Learned Societies F'21 Fellow - Salvador E. Zarate Assistant Professor Anthropology University of California, Irvine ACLS Fellowship Program 2021 Assistant Professor Anthropology University of California, Irvine Weed Abatement: Immigrant Workers and Fire Prevention in Orange County Orange County, like Los Angeles County to the north, is a region historically prone to wildfire. [...]

UCI’s Salvador E. Zarate is named American Council of Learned Societies F’21 Fellow ★2021-05-28T09:24:46-07:00

Bradford Fellows Fund Announced at Inaugural Black Management Association Conference ★

The Bradford Fellows Scholarship was endowed by Professor Tonya Williams Bradford and Professor Kevin Bradford. Bradford Fellows Fund Announced at Inaugural Black Management Association Conference May 05, 2021 • By Xanat Hernandez   The Black Management Association (BMA) at the UCI Paul Merage School of Business held their first annual conference on May [...]

Bradford Fellows Fund Announced at Inaugural Black Management Association Conference ★2021-05-13T09:13:37-07:00
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