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IHP continues with university engagement efforts

Mar 6, 2024
The University of Michigan’s Inclusive History Project is continuing its efforts to engage members of the university community by developing a tri-campus student advisory committee and creating a research and engagement fund.The project is U-M’s...
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Lewis on the future of climate resilience in “haven” cities

Nov 2, 2023
Ann Arbor and other cities across the Midwest and Northeast have been referred to by climate specialists as “climate havens,” natural areas of refuge that are relatively safe from extreme weather events such as intense heat and tropical storms. Many...
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Lewis featured in PBS series, Making Black America

Jul 13, 2023
Dr. Earl Lewis, founding director of the Center for Social Solutions and Ford School professor, was featured in the PBS series, Making Black America: Through the Grapevine, directed by Stacey L. Holman.  This four-hour series, hosted by Henry...
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Lewis to co-lead University's Inclusive History Project

Jun 8, 2022
The University of Michigan is set to begin a multifaceted, years-long project to study, document and better understand the university’s history with respect to diversity, equity and inclusion — with the history of race and racism at U-M as its first...
In the Media

Lewis reflects on year of reparations research

Oct 13, 2021 MLive
In an interview with MLive, Earl Lewis reflected on the past year of his research project, "Crafting Democratic Futures: Situating Colleges and University in Community-based Reparations Solutions." “We hope that this is indeed replicable and...

You can keep the mule: Let's explore reparations models

Jan 17, 2022, 12:30-2:00 pm EST
Hosted by the Center for Social Solutions and U-M Detroit Center, Ford School Professor Earl Lewis moderates this panel discussion around the varying concepts of what is owed and what reparations might look like.