Black History Month
Black at the Pack: “We strengthen each other”
Faculty affinity group helps grow Black community on campus, taking aim at recruitment and retention where cultural identity and professional responsibilities intersect
‘Let’s Talk About Race’ webinar series hosted by Equal Opportunity and Title IX Department
Creating a safe place for staff and students to talk about race in the University community
UNPACKED: Donald Easton-Brooks leads as an example of the power of education and perseverance
With an expanded name to reflect today’s challenges, the College of Education and Human Development strives to build a national reputation focused on learning, research and innovation
Black History Month events
College of Liberal Arts faculty research and write on topics of racism and social justice
From the history of religion and Black culture to a modern global issue of racism, faculty examine the evolution of social justice movements
The story of Juneteenth's AB 174: 'A short bill with a mighty purpose'
The passage of AB 174 in 2011 shows how people and a proclamation now come together in Nevada each year in observance of Juneteenth
Actions to address racism on campus
A letter from President's Council and the Academic Leadership Council outlining immediate actions to be taken against bigotry and hate
Reynolds School alumnus wins BEA top paper in audio media division
Prince Nesta recognized for research about impact of podcasting on the changing African narrative
Black history: uncovering voices of the Civil Rights Movement
Celebrate Black History Month with the University Libraries.
Dean Easton-Brooks: my voice, my citizenship
Black History Month and the right to vote
Ethnic matching in education topic of new book by College of Education Dean Easton-Brooks
Book receives award from the National Association for Multicultural Education
Easton-Brooks named College of Education dean
Brings goals of partnerships, fundraising, innovative research to the College
Cultural Graduate Celebrations bring together campus community
These celebrations are in their ninth year and more numerous than ever.
Reynolds School professor's documentary on all-black towns premieres on PBS
Kari Barber's documentary, "Struggle and Hope," follows all-black towns in Oklahoma.
'It's an awesome realization of how far we've come'
On March 1, 1869, Nevada made history by becoming first state to ratify 15th amendment