Listen.Learn.Act

Michael Schill and Nicole Commissiong
April 5

University reaffirms commitment to fighting sexual misconduct

President Schill and the UO's chief civil rights officer voice ongoing support for survivors
Silhouette of family in front of storm clouds
March 30

COVID-19 makes existing family stress worse, ongoing study finds

Phil Fisher finds families lack needed support, and young kids are absorbing that stress
Illustration of person with VR goggles
March 15

UO researchers help create virtual reality diversity training

The program is attracting interest from organizations across the country
Recording studio scene
March 5

Play reading traces the history of race relations in America

'Personal History,' directed by Stanley Coleman, will be livestreamed March 10-14
Woman with a microphone
February 24

Voices on Racism 3: Where do we go from here?

Oregon Quarterly asked UO faculty members, alumni, community members, and students for their reflections and perspectives
Collage of Black student-athletes
February 23

UO alums to discuss experiences as Black student-athletes

The athletics department will host the virtual discussion Wednesday, Feb. 24
Students meeting in the Black Cultural Center
February 23

Listen Learn Act: Gift means 16 new scholarships to aid students

The UO's anti-racism initiatives also are creating authentic and civil spaces for discussion
Prison Education Program group photo
February 16

New grant helps the UO increase access to education in prisons

Funding from the Mellon Foundation will allow the Prison Education Program to expand
Nikole Hannah-Jones
February 15

The 1619 Project author shares thoughts on her acclaimed work

In a Q&A, Nikole Hannah-Jones previews her Feb. 19 virtual Ruhl Lecture and panel discussion
Nikole Hannah-Jones
February 8

New York Times reporter brings ‘The 1619 Project’ to the UO

Nikole Hannah-Jones won a Pulitzer Prize for her work documenting the legacy of slavery

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