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Wayne Au book influencing educators on race

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A book co-edited by University of Washington Bothell Professor Wayne Au, “Teaching for Black Lives,” is being used throughout Seattle public schools thanks to support from former Seahawk Michael Bennett and rapper-songwriter Macklemore.

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#BlackLivesMatter co-founder speaks on campus

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Patrisse Cullors, one of three women who founded Black Lives Matter, told a UW Bothell audience how the #BlackLivesMatter tag on social media turned a moment into a movement.

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UW Bothell raises pride flag

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This year, for the first time, all three University of Washington campuses raised the gay pride flag in honor of Pride Month as a symbolic gesture of acceptance and support for LGBTQIA students, staff, faculty and alumni. The flag was raised on the UW Bothell campus at 10 a.m. on Monday, June 18.

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College Awareness Day awakens students

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More than 300 high school students were awakened to new possibilities for their future May 12 at College Awareness Day, a conference for diversity, access and inclusion.  

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Monopoly: 'Real Life' Edition

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As part of their diversity discourse program, students in the Digital Future Lab played Monopoly with “real life” rules. Players started the board game with different amounts of money, debt and taxes.

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