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Stefan Lallinger is a graduate of the Institute for Responsible Citizenship…

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Articles by Institute 2018 Institute alumnus Victor Agbafe. Victor graduated from Harvard in 2018 and started Medical School 2019….

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Institute alumnus John Saunders participated in an important study which found that African Americans will disappear from top corporate positions in America if current trends are not reversed…

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Inaugural class member Elijah Heyward is featured in the current UNC alumni magazine for his work with the International African American Museum in Charleston, SC.  Elijah earned his PhD in American Studies from UNC in 2018…..

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Instead of working at internships, Institute scholars spent June researching and writing papers that the Institute published in this book….

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William Keyes understands the passion it takes to leave behind the familiar in favor of searching out a better world. Keyes hitchhiked his way from his hometown of Washington, North Carolina to Washington D.C., fiercely determined to build a career in public policy…

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David Johnson’s grandmother calls him “Chief.” It’s a nickname with roots going back to her father, Johnson’s great-grandfather, Charles Rawls. Active in the Civil Rights movement and a leader in his community in the Jim Crow South, Rawls had friends who first bestowed the nickname on him. A half-century later, while growing up in Brownsville, Tennessee, about an hour east of Memphis, Johnson, C’19, took up his great-grandfather’s legacy of leadership and advocacy. Chief had returned…

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His cellphone kept buzzing, so much so that Jordan Thomas set it to do not disturb. Not just for that day last month. It was pretty much the entire week while he was mentoring high achieving male African-American college students at a summer fellowship program in Washington, D.C. When Thomas, 22, had a moment, he was blown away that some 500 people had written to him on social media after his latest post climbed to 430,000 views on LinkedIn…

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