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07/07/2021
Weekly Three 07/07/21
The Weekly Three posting from the Office of Institutional Diversity on July 7, 2021: DEI Implementation, Community Updates, and Celebrations and Recognition
06/30/2021
Headline Highlights: Miami and Miamians in the news in June
Our editors' picks for June provide a snapshot of recent news media coverage of Miamians in the news.
06/30/2021
Weekly Three 06/30/21
The Weekly Three posting from the Office of Institutional Diversity on June 30, 2021: DEI Implementation, Community Updates, and Celebrations and Recognition
06/29/2021
Student Life Aims to Keep Some Pandemic Changes
It was a year of innovation and resilience. As restrictions are lifted and vaccines become readily available, the division has taken stock of positive changes that emerged out of the pandemic. Some will continue long after the dust settles on the 2020-21 year.
06/25/2021
IT Services Diversity Film Fest: Feeling Through
The IT Services Diversity Committee invites the Miami community to join us for a discussion of the film Feeling Through.
06/23/2021
Weekly Three 06/23/21
The Weekly Three posting from the Office of Institutional Diversity on June 23, 2021: DEI Implementation, Community Updates, and Celebrations and Recognition
06/22/2021
Butler County Historic Marker Unveiling Ceremony
Several years of work led by Miami University's Truth and Reconciliation Project culminated with a narrative historic marker that is now a permanent fixture in the City of Oxford. An unveiling ceremony was held Monday, June 21, in the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Park uptown. 
06/21/2021
Miami's Rodney Coates featured on CBS New Special and PRIME With Charles Blow
Miami professor Rodney Coates breaks down the history of Juneteenth on the CBS News Radio Special "America Changed Forever" hosted by Jeff Pegues (Miami '92), CBS News Chief Justice and Homeland Security Correspondent.
06/17/2021
10th Annual National Civil Rights Conference comes to Miami University
Miami University will host the 10th Annual National Civil Rights Conference June 20-22 on the Oxford campus. This is the first time the conference is being held in the Midwest.