The only way is through: Autumn 2020 Ohio State Alumni Magazine
Whether our blinders were torn off in May or we are bearing the pain of the millionth cut, we will confront racism and its manifestations. We can learn so much from the Ohio State faculty and staff, alumni and students who work toward equity and justice. We hope the people you meet in these stories will lead you by their examples of grit, intellect and righteous determination.Read More
Watch: Spectrum News 1's 'Glass Walls' Takes on Black Experiences in Higher Education
With Glass Walls: Black Experiences in Higher Education, Spectrum News 1 examines some of the issues Black students face on college campuses and investigates the strategies universities are employing to bring fairness to higher education.
Director Burton on how the racial justice movement and the COVID-19 crisis brought new direction to the Wexner Center for the Ar
As the COVID-19 crisis ravaged the economy and the Black Lives Matter movement took to American city streets (and walls) this summer, the art world struggled to come to terms with what it all meant.
Spectrum News 1 to Air Discussion on Black Experiences in Higher Education: Jan. 3 at 9 p.m.
Spectrum News 1 is hosting a half-hour special looking into the systemic issues Black students face on college campuses and the strategies universities are employing to bring fairness to higher education.
Dr. Moore joins initiative to address lack of representation of African American men in medicine
Dr. James L. Moore III, vice provost of diversity and inclusion, has been asked by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) and the National Medical Association (NMA) to serve as a member of the Steering Core committee for a new initiative, the Action Collaborative.
Archiving Black Performance: Memory, Embodiment, And Stages Of Being receives grant
Ohio State Dance’s Dance Notation Bureau Extension Center for Education and Research, The Office of Diversity and Inclusion’s Frank W. Hale, Jr. Black Cultural Center; and the African American and African Studies Community Extension Center received a $100,000 Global Arts + Humanities Discovery Theme Centers Grant, for its project: Archiving Black Performance: Memory, Embodiment, and Stages of Being.