Tag - Diversity and Inculsion

What can you do to stop domestic violence?

Georgia ranks among the top 15 states in the nation for the number of murders committed by men against women, according to data released by the Violence Policy Center Annual Report. Of those murders, most stem from domestic violence. Even so, fewer...

The Spearman Family: At the Crossroads of History

In honor of the 50th anniversary of the desegregation of the Medical College of Georgia, Jagwire presents the story of Dr. David Ronald “Ron” Spearman, a member of the third integrated class in the the college’s history. Written by...

Augusta University celebrates Black History Month

In honor of our country’s African-American heritage, Augusta University will host various events throughout Black History Month.  This year’s theme, The Crisis in Black Education, speaks of the role of education in the history of African Americans...

MLK Celebration speaker announced

Jane Elliott, an anti-racism activist and creator of the controversial “Blue Eyes-Brown Eyes” exercise, will be the keynote speaker for the 2017 Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Celebration on Jan. 13 at noon in Paine College’s Gilbert-Lambruth...

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