10 pilot programs to receive Culture Lab grants

Friday, June 19, 2020 - 05:30 in Psychology & Sociology

An open-access online portal of anti-racism policy research publications. A pilot project to replace the prevalent anatomical representation of the human body (young, lean, white, and male) by collecting and generating anatomical images of all human forms. A map of inclusive symbols and spaces on campus. Those are just three of the proposals that will receive 2020‒21 grants from the Harvard Culture Lab Innovation Fund (HCLIF), which awards up to $15,000 to projects that expand welcome and support to all at Harvard. The fund is part of the Office for Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging, led by John Silvanus Wilson, senior adviser and strategist to President Larry Bacow. In a statement, Wilson called the wining projects “exceptional solutions to advance diversity and a culture of belonging on our campus.” “During these difficult times our hope is that these projects will contribute to creating a brighter future,” said Wilson. “These innovative solutions address the needs of some...

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