CAAAS staff pose with founder and director Reiland Rabaka and Deion 'Coach Prime' Sanders

Energized crowd welcomes new African and African American studies center to campus

Feb. 3, 2023

Hundreds of students, faculty, staff and Boulder community members packed the narrow halls of Macky Auditorium on the first day of Black History Month to celebrate the campus’s newest "cause"—the grand opening of the Center for African and African American Studies.

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International Film Series offers selections for Black History Month

Feb. 1, 2023

In collaboration with the Center for African and African American Studies and other members of the Black community, CU Boulder’s International Film Series celebrates Black History Month with a selection of films that highlight Black culture through cinema.

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Celebrating Black History Month

Feb. 1, 2023

Several events are set for February as the CU Boulder community celebrates Black History Month 2023. Plan to attend gatherings around campus, take in movie screenings, explore and learn through the University Libraries guide, which includes resources for action and advocacy, and more.

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4 things to know about CU’s newest Latina-founded sorority

Jan. 31, 2023

Kappa Delta Chi Sorority is the newest addition to Fraternity & Sorority Life at CU Boulder, and the fourth sorority to join the Multicultural Greek Council. Here are four things to know about Kappa Delta Chi and the MGC.

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Diversity, equity and inclusion update: January 2023 issue

Jan. 24, 2023

CU Boulder invites the campus community to attend the systemwide CU Social Justice Summit on Jan. 31. Also, we're looking ahead to Black History Month, and UndocuAlly trainings are return for the spring. Get updates on these topics and more!

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Tips for being an ally

Jan. 24, 2023

As a part of the Buff community, there are things we can do to create and maintain an inclusive campus environment. Get tips for being an ally and addressing harmful language or actions when you see or hear them, on or off campus.

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NCAA recognizes CU Athletics for diversity, inclusion efforts

Jan. 20, 2023

CU Athletics' diversity, equity and inclusion program has received an honorable mention from the NCAA and the Minority Opportunities Athletic Association for making a difference for staff, coaches and athletes.

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Emergency alerts now available to employees in multiple languages

Jan. 17, 2023

CU Boulder employees can elect to receive certain emergency and campus closure messages in Spanish, Chinese (simplified and traditional) and Hindi. Department human resources reps are asked to help those who may need assistance selecting their language preference.

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Diversity, equity and inclusion update: December 2022 issue

Dec. 19, 2022

Over the spring semester, the campus community will have a variety of opportunities to connect with colleagues, classmates and peers to engage in dialogue about initiatives and issues related to diversity, equity and inclusion.

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Understanding bias, engaging with people with disabilities the focus of new police training

Dec. 13, 2022

University police are continuing to explore ways to resolve issues while treating all members of the campus community with respect and dignity.

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