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University leaders are feeling increasing pressure from students, faculty, staff, alumni, and broader communities to grapple with histories of racism embedded in physical and cultural artifacts on campuses. To better understand how higher education institutions are exploring and confronting their own histories of racism, EAB analyzed existing programs and initiatives across the United States and Canada.
Colleges and universities are experiencing intensifying public pressure to grapple with historical ties to racial harm. Before your institution renames, removes, or contextualizes a visible symbol of racial oppression, answer these 15 critical questions to ensure your work sustains and achieves strategic and transformative outcomes.
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