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Advancing and Sustaining an Inclusive and Diverse Boston College Community
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Diversity and Inclusion Summit 2016 Keynote:
“Building and Leveraging Partnerships Across Campus"

Damon Williams Summit 2016 Keynote speaker

Boston College Committee on Race -  A year-long campus wide initiative jointly sponsored by the Provost’s Office and Offices of the Vice President of Mission and Ministry and Student Affairs. 

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Congratulations to the 2014- 2015 Affiliates Program Cohort!
View photos from the Closing Ceremony

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The American Anthropological Association's understandingrace.com explores race from three perspectives.

Lunch and learn speaker presenting on april 7th

Renewing the Core for the 21st Century, a Lunch and Learn lecture held on April 7th. 

Voices Lost and Found: Remembering Three Women Artists Killed in Auschwitz

June 20, 2016. "Yom HaShoah is the day that honors the memory of the victims of the Holocaust (1933-1945).  This year Yom HaShoah, or Holocaust Remembrance Day, is recognized from sundown May 4 to sundown May 5. In the Nazi-era, six million Jews and millions of others -- including homosexuals, gypsies, political and religious dissenters, and the disabled -- were murdered in concentration camps, extermination camps, and mass public executions. 

 

Mass of Healing and Hope

June 15, 2016. In light of the horrific shooting that took place in Orlando this past Sunday and President Obama's call for prayers, Campus Ministry will hold a Mass of Healing and Hope on Wednesday, June 15th, at noon, in St. Joseph's Chapel on upper campus.  All are welcome as we pray for the dozens of innocent men and women killed or wounded and for their families and friends in the hope that one day we see one another as God sees us.

Voices Lost and Found: Remembering Three Women Artists Killed in Auschwitz

May 25, 2016. "Yom HaShoah is the day that honors the memory of the victims of the Holocaust (1933-1945).  This year Yom HaShoah, or Holocaust Remembrance Day, is recognized from sundown May 4 to sundown May 5.