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University of Michigan Launches New Digital Access Program for Middle and High School Students Across the State of Michigan

LSA has launched a statewide initiative, Intend to Attend, to support 8th-12th grade students from underrepresented communities in exploring their postsecondary education options.

1963: Everyday Work

Asst. Prof. SaraEllen Strongman reflects on 1963, a momentous year for the Civil Rights Movement, and how this history shaped the future of Black feminist activism.



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The LSA DEI 2.0 Strategic Plan builds upon college initiatives to increase access to higher education, improve policies to support equity, support DEI knowledge, and support career development. The plan was formed using input and recommendations from LSA students, staff, and faculty.

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The arts shape cultural and political narratives, challenge dominant regimes, bring joy and comfort, shape our lives. Late-night book writing, a platform for once-unheard voices of slaves, a re-envisioning of what it means to be a dancer—in all of these ways and many more, the arts have the power to change hearts and minds. To embolden new voices. To bring about peace and to shine a light on tumult. To reflect. To resist.