What happens when faculty and students from different disciplines explore the contours of race and social justice? The "Race & Social Justice Interdisciplinary Certificate" is designed as an area of specialization for community members and students pursuing a humanities, social sciences, art, or professional degree at UNM
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UNM Race and Social Justice Graduate Certificate Available to Enrolled and Non-Enrolled UNM Students, Community, Staff, Faculty
Undergraduate Version of the Race and Social Certificate also now available
Two Post-Doctoral Research Associate Positions AvailableThe Institute for the Study of “Race” & Social Justice in the Division for Equity and Inclusion at The University of New Mexico has received approval to invite applications for a full-time Postdoctoral Research Associate. This appointment is a full-time position for a term of one year, contingent on satisfactory performance and funding (renewable for up to one year).
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The Institute is curating statements from scholarly, community-oriented, and human rights-focused organizations on race and racial discrimination in our world. Take a look here and contact us if you have any suggestions to add. Non-English suggestions are always welcomed.
- Division for Equity and Inclusion
- UNM Diversity Curriculum Requirement
- Race and Social Justice Interdisciplinary Insights
- What is "Street Race"?
Upcoming Race and Social Justice Events
Wed, Mar 01 2023
What Makes Systemic Racism Systemic?Eduardo Bonilla-Silva (2020)
Black Feminism, Intersectionality and Democratic Possibilities Patricia Hill Collins (2017)
Developing an equity lens within and across sectors to improve population health
Natalie S. Burke, CommonHealth Action (2016)
Framing the Dialogue on Race and Ethnicity to Advance Health Equity: A Workshop
Julie Sweetland, FrameWorks Institute (2016)
The evidence for the historical policy production of racialized health inequities and their continuing impact on population health
Mindy Fullilove, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University (2016)
Health Equity and Racism
Gilbert Gee, Fielding School of Public Health, UCLA (2016)
Race, Rights, & Reparations on the Rock Newman Show
Dr. Kathy Powers, UNM PoliSci (2016)
What’s your “Street Race-Gender”?
Nancy López (2015)
New Jim Crow
Shiv Desai (2014)
Students Speak Up: Avicra Luckey, UNM Multimedia Journalism
Karla Kingsley, Ph.D. and Kris Goodrich, Ph.D. (2014)
Hand in Hand
Jamal Martin (2014)
The Economics of Colorism
William Darity, PhD (2010)