- Race and Social Justice: Building an Inclusive College through Awareness, Advocacy, and Action
- Charlotte and UNC Charlotte: Growing Up Together
Race and Social Justice: Building an Inclusive College through Awareness, Advocacy, and ActionSpotlight
Race and Social Justice: Building an Inclusive College Through Awareness, Advocacy, and Action is designed to support college and university members as they navigate and aim to eliminate individual, interpersonal, and institutional discrimination and seek to create more inclusive workplaces and learning environments for faculty, staff, and students. Through the narratives of faculty and staff from the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, who were charged with dismantling anti-Black racism, we learn from their concerns,...
Charlotte and UNC Charlotte: Growing Up TogetherSpotlight
Charlotte might have built the nationâ€™s first tax-supported university had an institution begun in 1771 survived the American Revolution, but it did not. Over the years, other efforts to establish a public college or university also failed. By the end of World War II when thousands of returning veterans sought an education on the GI Bill, the city found itself without a public institution to accommodate them. This is the story of visionary citizens and their valiant effort to fill that void. It is the story of Bonnie Cone and the other community leaders who shared her dream: Elmer...
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