Saturday, January 28, 2023
01/28/2023

Wayne State gets $6,000,000 to promote ‘Black Studies’

Wayne State University will promote “Black Studies” and hire race-focused faculty with the help of a $6 million grant.

The Mellon Foundation grant will help the Michigan public university hire 30 new faculty members whose work centers on “people of color and the issues that affect them” and “race, racism, inequality, and struggles for equality and justice.”

The school will also launch the Detroit Center for Black Studies, “a faculty-led multidisciplinary center at Wayne State that connects Black Studies faculty from institutions across the state of Michigan,” according to a news release from the university.

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