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Center for International Studies

Center for International Studies

Juneteenth

Emancipation Day, Jubilee Day, Freedom Day

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The Center for International Studies and the Office of Global Affairs and International Studies joins the African American community to commemorate Juneteenth while also recognizing the various ways that systemic racism, discrimination, and inequality are alive today.  As members of an interconnected world, we must champion social and racial justice, fight white supremacy, and defend the global imperative of freedom. Black Lives Matter.

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Black Lives Matter

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The Movement for Black Lives

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Ohio University recognizes importance of Juneteenth holiday

Juneteenth approaches in the midst of protests for Black Lives 

Juneteenth: World Wide Celebration

What is Juneteenth

What You Can Do About Racial Injustice This Juneteenth

This Is Why Juneteenth Is Important for America

History of Juneteenth and why it's important

The history behind Juneteenth and why it resonates today

Know your history: What is Juneteenth?


 

COVID-19 Response

In response to COVID-19 restrictions, all CIS Faculty directors and staff members are working remotely.
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For the most up to date information regarding Ohio University’s response to COVID-19, consult www.ohio.edu/coronavirus.

THINKING ABOUT GRADUATE SCHOOL THIS FALL? 

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We have extended our graduate application to July 15th. Apply now for our graduate programs in African Studies, Asian Studies, Communication & Development Studies, Latin American Studies and our new MA in War & Peace Studies. Apply here