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Uniting for Asian and Asian American communities

Since the beginning of the pandemic there has been a surge in anti-Asian sentiment, spurred in part by racists intent on creating a human enemy rather than confronting the virus.

Meet Finalists for the Director of Bias Incident Support Services Position

The Office of Diversity and Inclusion is hiring a new director for our Bias Incident Support Services (BISS) unit and would like to invite you to meet the four finalists for the position.

Response to recent mass email

On Thursday, November 26, many UMD community members received an unwanted spam email from an unauthorized sender via UMD email lists.

University Makes Progress on Antiracism Initiatives

Letter from President Darryll J. Pines

BSU-UMD Honoring 1st Lt. Richard W. Collins III

Letter from President Darryll J. Pines

New Interim Title IX Policy

Dear Campus Community: At the University of Maryland, we work to be a community that is free from sexual misconduct. Achieving this goal means we must educate and train, advocate and enforce. Every year, we must dedicate ourselves anew to ending sexual ...

RecWell’s Justice in June

It was powerful to hear people saying ‘I can’t believe this bias was unearthed, I couldn’t believe that about myself’ and to see that personal reflection happen in real time.

Anti-Racism Action Plan

The University of Maryland is committed to becoming a campus where Black students, staff, faculty and guests feel safe and included.

Response to the Supreme Court’s decisions

We are keenly aware that even in these turbulent and complicated times, hope emerges. We celebrate the Supreme Court’s decisions.

In Community and Solidarity

We are grieving the killing of George Floyd, McKinsley Lincoln, Tony McDade, Breonna Taylor, Nina Pop, and Ahmaud Arbery, and all who came before.

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