The African Studies Program community is saddened to hear about the death of African Studies alumni Lamine Sylla. Lamine was a beloved member of our family. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family. He will be sincerely missed.
In response to COVID-19 restrictions, all CIS Faculty directors and staff members are working remotely. Direct all inquiries/questions/concerns to email@example.com. For the most up to date information regarding Ohio University’s response to COVID-19, consult www.ohio.edu/coronavirus.
Black Lives Matter and Global Racial Justice Initiative
In line with our mission to educate globally engaged citizens and contribute to peace and justice in the world, the Center for International Studies (CIS) announces its “Black Lives Matter and Global Racial Justice” initiative, an integrative and evolving commitment to addressing racism and its many manifestations in the U.S. and abroad.
Our position paper, “Black Lives Matter: Center for International Studies’ Position on Social Justice and Equity,” which inaugurates the initiative, is both a statement of principles and an action plan. It prompts us to consider and respond to fundamental structures, practices, and sensibilities that inform racism, racial discrimination, and other forms of racial inequity, which range from the subtle to the stark.