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Forging Paths to Racial Equity

Featured students and alumni affirm UNCG’s values of equity, diversity, and inclusion through organizing, advocacy, art, journalism, community-engaged action, scholarship, and more. They are forging paths to racial equity and represent the next generation of leaders for a more equitable, just, and humane world.

Sounds of a movement

Lil Baby – The Bigger Picture

Ella Baker: Making the Struggle Every Day

Sweet Honey and the RockElla’s Song

And so we must say, now is the time to make real the promises of democracy. Now is the time to transform this pending national elegy into a creative psalm of brotherhood. Now is the time to lift our nation. Now is the time to lift our nation from the quicksands of racial injustice to the solid rock of racial justice…Now is the time.

–Martin Luther King, Jr. June 1963

Deep Dive

Racism, Not Race

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

Joseph L. Graves Jr. and Alan H. Goodman
Columbia University Press

The science on race is clear. Common categories like “Black,” “white,” and “Asian” do not represent genetic differences among groups. But if race is a pernicious fiction according to natural science, it is all too significant in the day-to-day lives of racialized people across the globe. Inequities in health, wealth, and an array of other life outcomes cannot be explained without referring to “race”—but their true source is racism. What do we need to know about the pseudoscience of race in order to fight racism and fulfill human potential?

Selected UNCG Theses & Dissertations on Activism, Equity, and Social Justice