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Author Ijeoma Oluo speaks during the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Lecture, this year a conversation with history professor Ed Baptist, March 1 on Zoom. Oluo offers practical antiracism strategies in MLK Lecture

Oluo, the featured speaker at the virtual Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Lecture, held March 1, said the white male in America has always enjoyed relatively unfettered passage – usually at the expense of others.

Image of Capitol building at night Women in tech program expanding to DC

Gender Equality in Tech (GET) Cities, led by Cornell Tech-based Break Through Tech and SecondMuse, in partnership with Melinda Gates’ Pivotal Ventures, on March 2 launched GET DC as its next city hub. GET DC will work collaboratively with the Washington…

Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon improves the coverage of women artists on Wikipedia. March 8 event to elevate women artists on Wikipedia

On International Women’s Day, Cornellians are joining a global effort to raise the visibility of women artists, writers, and performers on Wikipedia. Whether experienced or unfamiliar with Wikipedia editing, anyone interested in making a difference…

Upcoming Events

Rising Star, Dr. Yvon Woappi's scientific seminar, "Defining the cellular orchestration of regenerative tissue plasticity"

PACE is excited to announce that Rising Star, Dr. Yvon Woappi, will virtually present his scientific seminar, “Defining the cellular orchestration of regenerative tissue plasticity” on Thursday,…

Opportunities in the New Paradigm: Expanding Financial Assets and Real Estate Access

Research has shown that households with greater access to financial information and investment opportunities experience greater economic stability. Yet access isn’t equal. Has the tumult of the…

Dissecting Discrimination: The Living Legacy of Migration, Race, and Politics

Migration flows have been entangled with race for centuries. In this webinar, Cornell faculty discuss the relationship between human migration and race-based discrimination. From the earliest forced…