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Gonzaga Honors Leslie McAuley, Spokane County Human Rights Task Force
The Gonzaga University Institute for Hate Studies has awarded its 2020 Eva Lassman Take Action Against Hate Awards to Leslie McAuley and the Spokane...
Leadership Strategies to Counter Hate
This summer, students in Gonzaga University's School of Leadership Studies shared their diverse perspectives and collective commitment to social...
BLM: A Dream Can Become Reality at GU
The Black Lives Matter movement in America has heightened awareness on Gonzaga's campus of the importance of diversity, equity, inclusion and justice....
Cultural Narratives in Service to Our Students
Gonzaga Provost Deena González discusses cultural narratives, teaching history, and moving toward equity
Native American Cultural Center Rededicated
Gonzaga's Native American Cultural Center was rededicated Sept. 17 with a new name in the Salish language.
Gray Hair and the Dignity of Black Folks: Ed Taylor
As a Black man, these past few months I have thought a lot about dying. More than usual. When I was young, I imagined a death where I learn that I...
In the News: Shelly Boyd Among Spokesman's Women of the Year
Her dedicated work to preserve the language and culture of her people garnered her inclusion in The Spokesman Review's 2020 Women of the Year
Speakers Applaud Graduates' Persistence at Commencement
Despite the turbulence graduates faced in the final months of their studies, the common thread in the speakers’ messages was hope, at Gonzaga...
Get Ready to Stretch: Intercultural Yoga Podcast Launches
Gonzaga's Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion launches podcast, Intercultural Yoga
Diversity Digest: September 2020 Issue
A regular newsletter for Gonzaga faculty and staff, with updates and resources for continued growth in DEI efforts.
Dismantling Structural Bias
In a collaborative workshop, more than 75 faculty, discuss a sustained institutional response to ongoing racism and other forms of bias.
Representing for Diversity in Media
A traffic reporter and hip-hop radio personality for iHeart Media at KUBE 93 in Seattle, Koffa is also a student in the Master of Arts in...
The Rebirth of Reconciliation
How do we achieve reconciliation in a time of divide, specifically related to matters of diversity? Here's a look at some of Gonzaga's responses and...
What America and My Mother Taught Me about Racism
Joan Iva Fawcett, the Assistant Dean for Diversity, Inclusion, Community, and Equity (DICE), discusses her first experience with the phrase "Black...