Intergroup Relations

IGR statement on Atlanta hate crimes

It is with profound sadness that we write this letter condemning the horrendous crimes in Atlanta this past week in which eight people, including six women of Asian descent were murdered. The United States has a long history of persistent racism against the Asian and Asian American community and this racist, misogynistic, hate-based violence comes at a particularly difficult moment. As a social justice education program, we promote transformational dialogue across difference and simultaneously stand committed to condemning hate and hate-based violence in all its forms. Our work is precisely aimed to dismantle the systems that create the conditions for such violence.

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Virtual Operations

The Program on Intergroup Relations (IGR) will conduct all courses and co-curricular programs virtually during the Winter 2021 semester. Staff/Faculty are mostly working remotely during regular business hours (8:00 am - 5:00 pm). Students can request scheduled access to the office and library through their instructor or supervisor or via the Zoom check-ins through our calendar appointments link.

Fall semester Virtual Operations

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Ann Arbor, MI 48104-2592

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