Kevin Fye | February 3, 2020
Faced with a sharp rise in racial tensions and concern over seemingly intractable structural inequalities, simple acts of speaking and listening can promote understanding and create opportunities for progress. In a recent public forum the Klau Center for Civil and Human Rights, part of the Keough School, launched its new initiative to collect stories of race and encourage dialogue at Notre Dame.
Created as a response to student interest in proactive ways to address concerns about race, With Voices True made its campus debut on January 21 in the Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship at the Hesburgh Library. The project is a collaboration between the Klau Center, the John W. Gallivan Program for Journalism, Ethics, and Democracy, and University Archives.
Klau Center Associate Director Dory Mitros Durham described the project as a hopeful step taken at an opportune time.
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Originally published by dailydomer.nd.edu on February 03, 2020.at