Month: June 2021

Movie Club, 7/14: Exploited, Excluded, American |“Asian Americans”

In July, DiversifyIT will host a movie club, led by Duke University Libraries staff members Angela Zoss and Will Sexton, to discuss the PBS five-part film series Asian Americans from 3:30-4:30 p.m. on the following Wednesdays in July: July 14 July 21 July 28 CLICK HERE TO JOIN MOVIE CLUB Zoom: https://duke.zoom.us/j/93691806275?pwd=emxEOG83SkRTaTNTalFoU2dhbFU5QT09 Meeting ID: 936 …

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Inclusive Conversation Follow Up

The “Inclusive Conversations: Can We Talk?” workshop last Thursday aimed to create a “brave space” to make conversations about race less uncomfortable while inspiring attendees to keep learning from each other. Brave space recognizes that we all have room to grow and encourages people, especially white people, to not be passive in conversations. Before beginning …

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Follow up to ‘Finding Your Genealogy Source Code’

On Wednesday, June 16, we held “How I fIT: Finding your genealogy source code,” hosted by Alonzo Felder, an IT analyst for the Duke Global Health Institute. Please see Alonzo’s guidance and list of resources to dog deeper: Genealogy II notes. Alonzo explained how exploring family trees can deepen your sense of identity and belonging. …

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Workshop 6/16: How I fIT: Finding your genealogy source code

We know how much you enjoyed our April Brown Bag Lunch on Genealogy. There’s so much more to share!   Please join us Wednesday, June 16, from 3:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Our panelist, Alonzo Felder, will present, “How I fIT: Finding your genealogy source code.” Alonzo Felder will take us deeper into understanding where …

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