Tagged: Diversity

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In honor of LGBTQ+ History Month and Coming Out Day on October 11, several LGBTQ+ groups across UC Davis have come together to bring you a virtual book display of e-books and multimedia that highlight a spectrum of queer and trans stories. This virtual exhibit is a collaborative effort
October 11, 2021
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Read the stories here   – Shields Library receives LEED Gold certification – Meet the 2021 Lang Prize winners – New collections celebrate women food and wine writers – Library helps UC Davis’ Bulosan Center launch new journal on Filipinx studies – Digitize the archives – Exhibit: Student Life
August 12, 2021
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On Juneteenth, the nation celebrates the end of slavery. The oldest holiday commemorating the emancipation of African Americans from chattel slavery was made into a national holiday on June 17th, 2021. Juneteenth commemorates the day (June 19th 1865) when enslaved African Americans in Galveston, Texas were told about
June 25, 2021 • David Michalski
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Looking for reading recommendations for Asian American and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Heritage Month? Consider Alon: The Journal for Filipinx American and Diasporic Studies. Alon is the new flagship academic journal for the Bulosan Center for Filipino Studies, based at the Department of Asian American Studies. The free, open-access
May 11, 2021 • Kristin Burns
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Read the stories here   – Get ready for Virtual Picnic Day: Saturday, April 17 – Support students on Give Day – UC and top global journal publisher reach landmark open access deal – James Conaway, author of the Napa trilogy, donates his papers – Archiving The Color of Wine
April 8, 2021
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Americans of Asian descent have had to contend with a long history of discrimination and violence in the United States. Recent racist attacks against Asian-Americans show that Anti-Asian hatred is still very much a part of contemporary society. According to the advocacy group Stop AAPI Hate, 3,292 incidents were
March 19, 2021