Anti-Racism at Duke
We are committed today and throughout the future of Duke to addressing systemic racism on our campus and setting an example for our nation and the world.
Our efforts will need to be focused and sustained, with clear goals and transparency as we work toward them.  Going forward, this website will be a central repository of information about our anti-racism work, including data regularly collected and publicized to monitor our progress, details of new and ongoing programs, research highlights, and educational and training materials for wider use across the Duke community.
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June 17, 2021:
Read President Price’s update to the community on Duke’s Commitments to Anti-Racism
Read Chancellor Washington’s update on the progress Duke Health is making to battle systemic racism and injustice through Moments to Movement
Juneteenth Events 2021:
April 29, 2021: More than 12,800 faculty staff and students participated in Duke’s first-ever campus survey. Read more about the response rate and next steps.
April 20, 2021: Read President Price’s message to the Duke Community on the Derek Chauvin trial verdict on Duke Today.
Our
Commitments
We must be clear about our goals and ensure that anti-racism and equity remain long-term priorities for Duke, woven carefully into every aspect of our institutional strategy and culture.
OUR COMMITMENTS
Our
Actions
By documenting our actions, we will be transparent and honest about the progress we’ve made and the work that still needs to be done.
SEE OUR PROGRESS
Our
Voices
We recognize and amplify the experiences and expertise at Duke to better understand the issues facing members of our community today.
LISTEN & LEARN
Implementation Proposals
FACULTY AND STUDENT LIFE
HEALTH CARE DELIVERY
STAFF, ALUMNI & OUR REGION

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