Racial Justice Mini-Grant Program provides grants recipients whose projects met one or more of the following goals:
- Provide opportunities, such as workshops or training, to understand and unlearn racism, effectively act or advocate to address racism, and understand the intersectional dynamics of oppression.
- Broaden the conversation on antiracism. One example would be hosting a panel discussion to highlight new or rising voices on this topic.
- Strengthen our campus culture of inclusion and belonging. An example would be a social media campaign or peer mentorship program.
In addition, the Institute for Religion, Culture and Public Life is supporting projects that focus in some significant way on the intersection of race and racism and issues connected to religion, belief and/or secularism.
Join us for an opportunity to learn more about the Racial Justice Mini-Grant Program and ask any additional questions you may have!
Tuesday, September 28th from 12pm-1pm (via zoom)
- Send an email