Latest CU News

Here you can find the latest news about the CU campuses regarding antiracism

June 10th 2020

Racist posts by CU Boulder students draw condemnation, calls for change

Times Call reports on unrest among students about racist comments online

August 4th 2020

CU diversity discussion frustrates Boulder students

Daily Camera reports on CU students response to a regent meeting regarding diversity

August 25th 2020

Denver Post's coverage of President Mark Kennedy's attempt to silence free speech

CU administration is trying to silence us, but we will not be quiet

August 26th 2020

CU Boulder students press officials for action against racism

The Daily Camera reports on the recent letter sent to Chancellor Phil DiStefano and the art installation outside of Norlin Library

June 18th 2020

Chancellor announces immediate anti-racism actions to transform campus

Colorado Arts and Science Magazine- "Galvanized by recent racist incidents around the country and on campus, student activists Olivia Gardner and Ruth Woldemichael are challenging systemic racism, unconscious bias and microaggressions at the University of Colorado Boulder. "

August 7th 2020

Free anti-racism course opens door to 'some very difficult questions'

"CU Boulder Today recently spoke with Shawn O’Neal, a doctoral candidate in ethnic studies, to learn more about Anti-Racism I, the first of three new Coursera courses he has developed with Jennifer Ho, professor of ethnic studies and director of the Center for Humanities and the Arts (CHA). "

August 25th 2020

Faculty Council Statement in response to President Kennedy's July memo

Faculty Council's response to CU President Mark Kennedy's July memo attempting to silence free speech

August 26th 2020

"CU Students Use ‘Artivism’ To Demand Systemic Changes On Boulder Campus"

Coverage of "The missing BIPOC people of CU Boulder" art installation by CBS Denver News

July 29th 2020

A petition created by two CU Boulder students seeks to make Black, Indigenous and other people of color feel safe, heard and valued

Colorado Arts and Science Magazine- "Galvanized by recent racist incidents around the country and on campus, student activists Olivia Gardner and Ruth Woldemichael are challenging systemic racism, unconscious bias and microaggressions at the University of Colorado Boulder. "

August 8th 2020

Guest opinion: Regent Linda Shoemaker: What do CU’s BIPOC students want?

The Daily Camera publishes CU Regent Linda Shoemaker's comments on BIPOC student demands

August 26th 2020

Fighting racism: Building coalition among racial minorities

A commentary in Medium by CU's Rezwan Masud

August 29th 2020

CU and Prison Labor in the Boulder Daily Camera

Open Forum in the Boulder Daily Camera highlights CU's ongoing use of prison inmate labor for suppling campus furniture