Duke Activists Collaborating in Training

Duke Activists Collaborating in Training (A.C.T.) is a FREE two-day retreat that builds leadership skills and tools for social justice activism. Participants will learn more about how to enact social change and conduct activism at Duke and in Durham. Activities include: guest speakers, activist training workshops with different identity centers on campus (the Women’s Center, […]

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Voices from the Aftermath of Deportation

While the pros and cons of detention and deportation are debated widely in the United States media today, the realities of life in the aftermath of deportation are rarely mentioned. An estimated two million people have been deported or returned to Mexico under the Obama Administration, and many factors suggest that the number of detentions […]

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The March of Our Lives

A guest post by Christy Lohr Sapp | Associate Dean for Religious Life, Duke University Chapel At a recent rally in response to the current spate of Presidential executive orders, my five-year old got restless with too much talk and not enough action. She asked with urgency, “When are we going to start marching?!” I, […]

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