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Dr. Summers Presents "Inner City Blues"

   Dr. Martin Summers Presents - "Inner-City Blues: African-American Mental Health and the 'Urban Crisis' in Twentieth Century Chicago"   

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Salmon Is Everything - At VLT on September 23rd - 25th

Play Commemorates 20th Anniversary of Klamath River Fish-KillMinority Voices Theatre (a program of the Very Little Theatre in Eugene, Oregon) is proud to present a concert reading of illioo Native Theatre’s Salmon Is Everything in VLT’s intimate Stage Left, Friday and Saturday, September 23, 24 at 7:30 pm, and Sunday, September 25 at 2pm.

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Support Indigenous, Race, and Ethnic Studies

The College of Arts and Sciences is raising money for all its departments this year! There’s a $1,000 prize from the Dean to the department who receives the largest number of gifts by the end of the day – help us get there! For more information, click here!

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Ducks Give '22

The College of Arts and Sciences is raising money for all its departments this year! There’s a $1,000 prize from the Dean to the department who receives the largest number of gifts by the end of the day – help us get there! For more information, click here!

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Rachel Cushman and Carina Miller Discuss Combating Racism

To Read The Article, Click The Link Below: https://around.uoregon.edu/listen-learn-act?utm_source=ato02-23-22

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Check The Announcement Bulletin For New News and Deadlines

Click Here For The Announcement Bulletin: https://ethnicstudies.uoregon.edu/news/announcements

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Beyond Pigmentocracy

Beyond Pigmentocracy

Beyond Pigmentocracy by Rachel L. Cushman and Chance White Eyes, PhD:READ HERE 

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Around The O: A theater collaboration brings Native voices to the UO stage

Read More Here: https://around.uoregon.edu/content/theater-collaboration-brings-native-v...

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Queer Freedom: Black Sovereignty wins Gregory Bateson Book Prize

Please join me in congratulating our colleague, and Graduate Faculty member, Ana Marine Lara for winning the Gregory Bateson Book Prize from the Society for Cultural Anthropology for her book the winner is Ana-Maurine Lara for her book, Queer Freedom: Black Sovereignty.

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Latinx Studies Minor - What's It All About?

New MinorsFall 2020 - the University of Oregon adds two new minors that draw extensively on IRES course offerings and the expertise of our faculty: Latinx Studies and Black Studies. In addition to the minor in Native American Studies, these minors can be taken in conjunction with the ES major or minor.

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