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Leslie Wang Talks- “Satellite Babies: International Separation of Young Children and Parents in Chinese Immigrant Families”
Leslie Wang is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at UMass Boston, and her book Outsourced Children: Orphanage Care and Adoption in Globalizing China was published last year by Stanford University Press. Drawing from a year and a half of ethnographic fieldwork in China, it...
A Night with David So
Each semester, ASU brings in Asian American artists to demonstrate that Asian Americans can do more than just the stereotypical careers and be successful in the entertainment industry as well. In the past, we've brought in Joseph Vincent, Clara C,...
Join us for our annual social to learn more about EMPOWER and the work that we do to link communities, ignite social consciousness, and inspire leadership among students of color!
Recruitment and Outreach
The Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion supports the efforts of academic departments to recruit at national conferences that are geared towards diversity and supporting underrepresented minorities.
Annual Multicultural Festival: Lift Every Voice
Highlights include colorful stage performances with an array of traditional music and dances, martial arts, circus, sports, clinics, recreation games, face painting, inflatable entertainment, and a wide array of food and crafts from our vibrant neighborhoods: Cape Verdean, Latino, Afro-Caribbean, African...
Experts Cite Collaboration as Key Tool in Eliminating Racial Disparities in Justice System
Collaboration is key to improving race relations in Massachusetts and beyond, particularly in regard to the treatment of underrepresented minorities in the criminal justice system. That was the prevailing opinion among a distinguished group of judges, academics, law enforcement officials,...
The Onyx Informer
Come learn about who we are and what we do! The Onyx Informer: A digital publication amplifying voices from marginalized communities.
Northeastern Students 4 Giving Application Due
Our Funding Priority Northeastern Students4Giving will award a one-time grant of $10,000 to an organization striving to achieve social and economic justice for under-represented and marginalized communities. Specifically, we will fund programs that empower communities to engage with and strengthen...
Networked Cultural Knowledge: Cultural Consensus and Cultural Consonance in Social Networks
Pizza will be served on the 10th Floor at 11:30 a.m. Please bring your Northeastern ID (or other photo ID) when entering the building *Please note date change to February 2 at 12pm* In this presentation I’ll share preliminary findings...
Cultural Appropriations, Indigenous Social Media & Responding to Racism
Join us for a public lecture with Dr. Adrienne Keene, a Native scholar, writer, Blogger and activist. She is passionate about refraining how the world sees contemporary Native cultures. Dr. Keene is the Presidential Postdoctoral Fellow affiliated with the Department...
Empower Student Conference: #StayWoke
Join EMPOWER in a day long conference centered on the theme of #StayWoke, exploring identity, activism, organizing, and community building beyond online borders amidst the post-election racial climate. EMPOWER is a university initiative designed to link communities, ignite social consciousness,...
Beyond Borders: Jordan
Join the Office of Global Services (OGS) and Co-op Connections as we explore life and culture beyond NU’s campus! This session will focus on the culture and history of the Caribbean, with presenters who have lived, worked and/or studied in...