Posts tagged: Confederate Monuments - Diverse


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Decision to Relocate Gen. “Stonewall” Jackson Statue to Civil War Museum Prompts Mixed Reaction

by | December 11, 2020 The Virginia Military Institute (VMI) is relocating a statue of Confederate Gen. “Stonewall Read more

The Crisis of the Underrepresented Leader: Three Considerations

by Patrice Rankine | September 11, 2020
The rift between underrepresented leaders and those we lead, some of whom also happen to be und [...] Read more

Teaching Confederate Monuments

by Mariah Crilley | February 17, 2020
After Heather Heyer’s death, I knew I had a responsibility as an educator to engage the debat [...] Read more

Judge Voids U of North Carolina’s Settlement With Confederate Group

| February 13, 2020
A judge on Wednesday voided a controversial settlement that the University of North Carolina sy [...] Read more

Inclusion Issues Explored at MLA Convention

by | January 12, 2020
Humanities faculty discussed practical techniques for boosting academic diversity alongside bro [...] Read more

UNC Faculty Denounce Confederate Statue Settlement

by | December 9, 2019
The Faculty Council at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill voted against a settlement t [...] Read more

UNC Chapel Hill Proposes to Move ‘Silent Sam’ into New $5M Building

by | December 4, 2018
After speculation about where to house the Confederate statue ‘Silent Sam’ that was toppled [...] Read more

Black UNC Faculty Issue Letter on ‘Silent Sam’

by Diverse Staff | September 8, 2018
Earlier this week, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Chancellor Dr. Carol Folt announ [...] Read more

UNC Considers Silent Sam’s Future Location

by | September 4, 2018
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Chancellor Carol Folt said that the university will no [...] Read more

Seven Arrested After Fights Over ‘Silent Sam’ Statue at UNC

by | August 27, 2018
On Saturday, seven people were arrested in fights over the fate of ‘Silent Sam’— a Confed [...] Read more

UNC Leaders: ‘We do not support lawlessness’

by | August 22, 2018
Administrators from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the UNC System issued a [...] Read more

Observing the International Day of Remembrance of the Slave Trade and of its Abolition

by Joseph L. Jones |
August 23rd, 2018 marks the 20th anniversary of the observance of the International Day for Rem [...] Read more