Elon University faculty, staff and students with ties to South Africa reflect on the passing of Nelson Mandela, a global leader whose humility and selflessness helped his nation heal from the ravages of apartheid.
Join other students in discussing the impact of social justice efforts on local, national and international policies.
Join the Kernodle Center for Service Learning and Community Engagement for Elon’s annual celebration of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service.
Join students and staff from the Truitt Center for a service celebrating the relationship between multi-faith traditions and social justice.
Paper explains the ways in which Ethiopian and Eritrean migrants establish successful businesses in Washington D.C.
In Elon University’s 2013 Baird Pulitzer Prize Lecture, author Taylor Branch reminds his audience that despite progress born from the civil rights movement, the American system of government and its democratic principles remain fragile.
The award includes a film set and $1,200 programming stipend to be used to provide scholarly presentations and exhibit four documentaries with new footage illustrating the history of civil rights in America.
The associate professor of English on Sept. 10 discussed her new book, "Beyond 'The Chinese Connection': Contemporary Afro-Asian Cultural Production," with host Frank Stasio.
Associate Professor Eric Ashley Hairston's latest project takes a deeper look at the way antiquity shaped the ideas of early African-American scholars & writers whose works challenged whites' justification of slavery and disparagement.
The associate professor of communications discussed the November presidential election returns and showed how the use of data, technology and journalism collided in data visualization and storytelling that changed how the electorate engaged with politics.
The associate professor in communications presented April 6-7 at both the National Conference on Media Reform in Denver and the Broadcast Education Association conference in Las Vegas.
Michelle Ferrier, associate professor of communcations, moderated conversations on the evolving media ecosystem and how a new journalism may emerge from media innovations and new practices.
Named by Time as one of “The 100 Most Influential People in the World,” UMBC President Freeman Hrabowksi shared reflections on college, race & the liberal arts.