Diversity Days keynote with Adora Nwofor

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Photo caption: Diversity Days 2019 keynote with Adora Nwofor

Maya Angelou

Courageous Conversations

A University of Calgary speaker series that is part of ongoing awareness programs offered by the Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion. It is designed to spark a national conversation around equity, race, systemic racism and anti-racism. 

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Upcoming Worksbop Sessions

UCalgary EDI News

UCalgary scholars reflect on Asian heritage and the academy

Learning continues after Asian Heritage Month

Class of 2024: Meet our spring 2024 President’s Award recipients

Inspiring graduates recognized for academic achievement, leadership, and contributions to community

Pipe ceremony accepts new Indigenous curriculum grant recipients for their work ahead

2024 UCalgary Indigenous Curriculum Grants recipients announced

2024 Intercultural Capacity Building Grants now open for applications

UCalgary seeks new projects that elevate intercultural capacity building on campus

A ‘Courageous Conversation’ with leading critical race theory scholar Kimberlé Crenshaw

Equity, diversity, inclusion and intersectionality on the table at March 18 event

OEDI media

CBC radio:

History was made in the US over the weekend. CBC checks in with a political scientist, Dr. Malinda Smith on the historic election of Kamala Harris to Vice President-elect.

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Calgary Herald:

Compelling Calgarians: Dr. Malinda Smith helping the University of Calgary take a bold step as vice-provost of equity, diversity and inclusion. 

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Edmonton Journal:

Political scientist Malinda Smith, now the University of Calgary’s vice-provost of equity, diversity and inclusion, says while COVID-19 has meant people need to be physically distant, it also means more people can join, participate and learn virtually. 

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University Affairs:

Addressing anti-Black racism on campus
One year after a mass reckoning, we examine what universities are doing to address anti-Black racism in their own institutions.

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