Race in Social Innovation: A Panel of Perspectives

Nearly 30% of all businesses in the United States are minority-owned, yet people of color still face challenges in starting ventures and raising capital, including those working in the social impact space. How can social innovation be more diverse, equitable, and inclusive, particularly around racial equity? How can people of color effectively leverage their unique […]

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Faculty Breakfast with Professor Tania Mitchell

Tania D. Mitchell is an assistant professor of higher education in the Department of Organizational Leadership, Policy and Development at the University of Minnesota’s College of Education and Human Development. She will discuss service-learning as a critical pedagogy to explore civic identity, social justice, student learning and development, race and racism, and community practice. Faculty will […]

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Faculty Lunch for Catherine Flowers

The Duke Human Rights Center@FHI and the Franklin Humanities Institute are pleased to welcome Catherine Coleman Flowers as the 2017 FHI Practitioner in Residence. Ms. Flowers is the founder of the Alabama Center for Rural Enterprise Community Development Corporation (ACRE) which seeks to address the root causes of poverty through sustainable solutions. Specifically, her work at ACRE […]

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