Events

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Online panel: https://duke.zoom.us/j/97355980279. (Please arrive a few minutes early; this event will start punctually at 4 pm.) Panelists: Pierce Freelon (Blackspace and NorthStar Church of the Arts… read more about Community-based Arts: Being Human in 2021 »

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Duke Service-Learning is excited to welcome back Dr. Tania Mitchell, an internationally recognized scholar on community engagement and higher education. Her work on critical service-learning has been… read more about The Urgency and Opportunity of Now: Social Justice Service-Learning »

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MLK, Jr. wrote, "Our goal is to create a beloved community - this will require a qualitative change in our souls as well as a quantitative change in our lives." This student-centered conversation… read more about The Fierce Urgency of Our Shared Humanity - A conversation about truth, accountability, reconciliation, healing, and how we move forward in recognizing our shared humanity »

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Critical service-learning questions structures of power and advocates social change in contexts of community-engaged work. But is that enough when universities are embedded in neoliberal and settler… read more about Can we decolonize critical service-learning? The limits and possibilities to social justice based service-learning »

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Our nonprofit and school collaborators report while this year demanded immense creativity and flexibility, new methods of effective outreach emerged and structural inequities were lifted up in public… read more about The Opportunities of Struggle and What We Will Keep: Faculty Reflection on Lessons Learned During Covid-19 »