Tag Archives: DEI

  • Michigan Today

    The conquering heroines of Title IX, featuring Sara Fitzgerald, BA ’73

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  • Rackham Graduate School

    A History of Activism

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  • Bentley Historical Library

    Constructing Gender

    A digital exhibit exploring how gender differences are literally built into the architecture of the Michigan Union and League buildings.

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    Blue Angel

    After coming out of the closet at 86 years old, alumnus Forman Brown revealed he was the author of a groundbreaking 1933 novel about being young and gay at U-M.

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  • In this photo from on Martin Luther King Jr. Day Jan. 20, 2014, members of the student movement Being Black at the University of Michigan, or #BBUM, rally on the steps of Hill Auditorium in Ann Arbor, Mich. They gathered holding signs and read off their list of demands to those exiting a lecture given in honor of MLK by Harry Belafonte. (AP Photo/The Ann Arbor News, Melanie Maxwell)
    Bentley Historical Library

    Being Black at U-M

    Austin McCoy ignited a social justice movement on campus and beyond. Learn how he fought to make U-M more diverse and why his papers are now archived at the University forever.

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