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Alumna Amber Starks is helping UO explore Black and Indigenous concerns (Josué Rivas (@jouse_foto))
July 7

Amber Starks, Common Reading and Technologies of Resistance

Pairing up with the Common Reading program, an alumna helps the UO explore Indigenous and Black concerns
Detail from 'And by the rocket’s red glare, the bombs bursting in air...' by Marco Elliott
July 1

New exhibit highlights work by Black Lives Matter artists

The show, which opened July 3, features art by recipients of the BLM artist grant program
Book open to title page
June 28

Vice provost's book to be produced as an HBO Max series

Kimberly Johnson’s first novel, 'This is My America,' explores race and criminal justice
June 25

College of Design joins national effort to boost faculty diversity

The initiative aims to increase diversity in architecture, planning and design programs
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June 15

As the academic year ends, Listen Learn Act looks back

Ducks talk about what will continue to motivate and inspire them on the journey
Kimberly Johnson
June 10

Kimberly Johnson named permanent vice provost for UESS

She has been at the UO since 2014 and had been interim vice provost since February
River seen from above
June 9

Oregon water report shows stress on communities of color

It shows that access to clean, drinkable water across Oregon is becoming unreliable
Prison cells
May 27

SOJC team brings awareness to harsh juvenile sentencing

'Public Plea' documentary follows several young Black men facing transfer to adult prison
George Floyd mural
May 25

A year after George Floyd's death, UO marks day of enlightenment

His murder, even in the midst of a pandemic, sparked protests in 60 countries across the globe
Temerity Bauer and Eloise Navarro
May 25

In a first, two UO students earn prestigious Udall scholarships

The recipients are Temerity Bauer, a rare double winner, and Eloise Navarro

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