The Midwest Initiative for African American Culture serves as a prominent resource for diverse and interdisciplinary scholarship and programming on the University of Iowa Campus; educating, engaging and empowering. The Initiative will connect African American research throughout the Midwest with creative and practical applications. Using discussion groups, conferences, seminars, a quarterly newsletter, media-oriented projects, research grants and other creative efforts. It will enhance the University’s academic mission as well as its strategic vision concerning diversity, equity and inclusion across the Midwest.
Venise Berry, Ph.D.
DEO, African American Studies
514 Jefferson Building
Iowa City, IA 52242-1408 email@example.com
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