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Spirituality on campus: all about finding meaning

Oliver Goodrich and everybody associated with the Office of Spirituality and Meaning-Making, which includes Cornell United Religious Work, are helping people discover purpose in their lives during a most difficult time.

Radio show features Derek Chang on anti-Asian/Pacific Islander bias

The May 4 episode of All Things Equal featured Derek Chang, Cornell Associate Professor of History and Asian American Studies. Chang discussed the context and history of the rise in anti-Asian/Pacific Islander bias during the past year.

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Africana Library exhibit explores MLK’s labor activism

Exhibit features MLK's ties to labor movement 

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Panel: Pandemic and protests laid economic injustices bare

Four faculty members and a Washington Post reporter discussed the ways racism shapes economic policies, and how economic policies shape inequality in America – historically and today.

Panelists discuss ways to address harassment

The discussion followed the screening of the award-winning documentary, “Picture a Scientist,” about three women scientists who confronted harassment and made science more equitable.

Weill Cornell Medicine addresses vaccine hesitancy, access

Diversity leaders at Weill Cornell Medicine have launched ambitious community vaccination and education efforts, with the goal of improving uptake and helping those who are reluctant to get the vaccine.

‘Emancipation’s Daughters’ celebrates five iconic Black women

In her new book, Riche Richardson examines iconic Black women leaders who have contested racial stereotypes and constructed new national narratives of Black womanhood in the United States.

Program will support diverse founders of climate tech startups

Diversity in ClimateTech is a new entrepreneurship program powered by Cornell and Chloe Capital, and supported by NYSERDA, with the purpose of supporting underrepresented innovators working on cleantech solutions in the Southern Tier.

Final ‘Racism in America’ webinar to focus on economic system

In the final webinar of the College of Arts and Sciences’ yearlong series, “Racism in America,” panelists will focus on the impact that racism has on the economy. The event is on April 27 at 7 p.m.