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Support CSRPC on Giving Tuesday!

CSRPC is a hub of research and an incubator of anti-racist practice. We advance scholarship, arts and public dialogue about the centrality of race and racism in the systems we inhabit.

Please consider supporting the work we do by making a gift for Giving Tuesday!

This year, the Center for the Study of Race, Politics, and Culture is celebrating the creation of our new strategic plan, mission, and vision advancing anti-racist research, teaching and public engagement.  Join us as we reimagine the future of our relationships to the campus, city, and world!

Why are donations necessary? 

As a hub of research and an incubator of anti-racist practice, CSRPC advances scholarship, arts and public dialogue about the centrality of race and racism in the systems we inhabit through the following programs and initiatives:

  • Working with our faculty affiliates across divisions and departments to support the next generation of diverse scholars in the academy by providing financial and administrative support for their scholarship, community engagement, and creative projects.
  • Engaging the University and surrounding communities through public events and programs, such as faculty mini-conferences, lectures, workshops, panel discussions, and performances. Celebrating its 10th iteration this year, our Artist-in-Residence program is a collaboration with the Arts + Public Life Initiative, and hosts three Chicago-based artists per year whose artistic practices engage matters of race and ethnicity. Our Practitioner-in-Residence Fellowships for two “Artists for the People” each year, is a collaboration with the Pozen Center Human Rights Lab and features artists whose work addresses mass incarceration and the carceral state.
  • Donations are applied to provide funding and other types of support for research and creative projects initiated by faculty affiliates, graduate students, undergraduates, artists-in-residence, and visiting fellows. This academic year, CSRPC is expanding our work on research, teaching, and programming, focusing on ending mass incarceration, supporting prison education initiatives, and meaningfully engaging system-impacted people and communities.
  • Supporting graduate students by providing funding for residential and dissertation fellowships, research and travel grants, graduate lectureships, the CSRPC Dissertation Incubator, and the Race and Racial Ideologies Working Group.

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