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UDARI Subcommittee Grant Award Winners for 2021-2022

Posted on November 22, 2021 at: 9:44 am

The following subcommittees of the UD Anti-Racism Initiative have been awarded grants for anti-racist projects or events they are organizing this academic year: Associate in Arts Equity and Inclusion Subcommittee, Legacies of Dispossession and Enslavement Subcommittee, Anti-Racism Programming Subcommittee, First State First Chance Subcommittee, Asian-American Anti-Racism Initiatives (AAAI) Subcommittee, The Indigenous Programming Subcommittee, The Latino and Hispanic Heritage Caucus.

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Ogechi Nwordu, UDARI Community Engagement Award Update

Posted on August 3, 2021 at: 10:53 am

Healing Us: Cultivating Healing and Change Through Empathic Listening (copyright 2021)

“Healing Us: Cultivating Healing and Change Through Empathic Listening Workshop” was designed to facilitate and foster racial healing among students identifying as Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) within the University of Delaware campus. Healing Us is a structured, process-oriented workshop, inspired by the significant need for community based racial healing initiatives. It uses group therapy techniques and collectivist community-based practices to guide participants through the process of developing empathy for their peers. Healing Us was funded by a community engagement fellowship grant from the University of Delaware Anti-Racism Initiative (UDARI).

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Teaching Anti-Racism

Posted on March 4, 2021 at: 10:42 am

March 4, 2021 – UDaily

UD doctoral student Diane Codding talks about confronting racism in the education system

Four UDARI Sub-Committees Awarded Grants for Spring 2021

Posted on February 20, 2021 at: 7:35 pm

Congratulations to the recipients of the UD Antiracism Initiative’s Small Grants for Subcommittees for Spring 2021

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Three Graduate Students Awarded UDARI Student Grants

Posted on at: 7:23 pm

Congratulations to Diane Codding Ph.D. candidate, Education; Ann Cross, Ph.D. candidate, Art History; and Nathan Thayer, Ph.D. candidate, Geography and Spatial Sciences.

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