The University of Windsor is reaching out to Black alumni to participate in roundtable discussions sharing their perspectives.
The University of Windsor has awarded $10,000 grants to six projects dedicated to dismantling barriers caused by racial oppression.
The deadline to apply for a $10,000 Anti-Black Racism Student Leadership Experience Grant is May 2.
Education professor Andrew Allen will begin a two-year appointment as Anti-Racism Pedagogies Teaching Leadership Chair on July 1.
A panel Tuesday will discuss the need for a Black Studies program at the University of Windsor.
The Hour-A-Day Study Club offers scholarships and bursaries to Black students to help them to pursue post-secondary education.
Emancipation Day celebrations in Windsor from the 1930s to the mid 1960s would draw more than 100,000 visitors to the city to take in the festivities.
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