Find information about and links for Juneteenth and Pride Month events taking place in June 2023
Reflecting on how we must do more than simply publish land acknowledgements when we honor the Native peoples of this continent and beyond.
CIIS and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion recognize the historic contributions made by LGBTQ+ artists, activists, and thought-leaders across the state and around the country.
We invite our community to reflect on anti-Blackness in U.S. history and present day, and to actively engage in the work to end racism against Black people.
Rachel Bryant, Director of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, offers a statement on antiracism, hope, and Black resistance at CIIS.
A warm welcome to Preston Vargas, new Director of the Center for Black and Indigenous Praxis
Celebrating Earth Day every day with CIIS' sustainability and social justice initiatives
A letter from Provost Kathy Littles
Read about the history of Juneteenth, and watch a video with Damali Robertson on what the day means for CIIS
Learn the origins of CIIS' 28 Days of Blackness event