The DEI committee compiled demographic information from 2022 and organization-wide recommendations for 2023 and beyond.
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As part of the UGA Presents season, the Lviv National Philharmonic Orchestra of Ukraine stopped in Athens, Georgia, on Monday, Jan. 23, 2023, …
In’s and out’s describe something we all do every new year — decide what needs to be left in the past. The Red & Black staff and contributors shared what Athens “in’s” and “out’s” should be this year.
Monday, Jan. 16 marked the 2023 annual Athens Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service. More than 650 people volunteered at 28 different service …
Athens-Clarke County voters turn out to the polls on Election Day to cast their votes on policy issues as well as for state and local candidat…
While students may be busy sleeping or rushing to 8 a.m. classes, the bees of the Latin American Ethnobotanical Garden at the University of Georgia are busy at work. Well, busy resting on Stevia plants and hoping for the warmth of the new day to arrive quickly.
In late August, the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion committee focused on making DEI more accessible for those interested in and already a part of our news organization and also expanded student outreach efforts to the underrepresented communities we cover.
Through a miscommunication about wearing a red jacket, Richard Wilson knew it was “God’s intention” for him to paint Harold Alonza Black, Mary Blackwell Diallo and Kerry Rushin Miller. Newly built Black-Diallo-Miller Hall, named after the first three Black students to enroll as freshmen and graduate with their undergraduate degrees from the University of Georgia, proudly displays portraits of Black, Diallo and Miller as the first faces you see when entering the building.