Throughout the month of June, which marks the celebration of Pride Month, Penn LGBTQ organizations held in-person and virtual events.
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To truly be anti-racist and honor Juneteenth, the University must take proactive instead of reactive actions in speaking out against racism against Black Americans which remains alive and well in the United States.
In the past year, two major universities, Columbia and Stanford, have announced the creation of new schools dedicated to solving the climate crisis. It’s time for Penn to do the same. (Right) HarshLight // CC BY 2.0
Projects for Progress is an initiative managed by the Office of Social Equity and Community that aims to promote equity and inclusion in the city of Philadelphia.
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Announced on April 22, the University will require students without medical or religious exemption be vaccinated against COVID-19, posing challenges to international students in regions with different vaccination and public health policies.
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is one of the institutions of Together for West Philadelphia which is a health equity nonprofit that contributed to a $72,000 donation to the Black Doctors COVID-19 Consortium.
Testing observer William Cuthbertson checks a Penn community member's test tube at the Annenberg Center testing site on Jan. 19.