Intergroup Relations

IGR Public Statement Regarding the Middle Eastern/North African Identity Category

IGR Public Statement Regarding the Middle Eastern/North African Identity Category

December 7, 2017

We, the staff and faculty of The Program on Intergroup Relations (IGR) at the University of Michigan (U-M), support the student-led drive to implement the Middle Eastern/North African (ME/NA) identity category on all official university documents that collect demographic information. This initiative is in line with IGR’s mission for building dialogue across social group identity.


Off the Cuff: Making and Consuming Food Central to our Everyday Lives

In this ongoing feature, we ask IGR students and alumni each month for their opinion on a fun question that relates to issues that are discussed within IGR's courses and co-curricular activities.This month's question is: "Why is the practice of making and consuming food so central to our everyday lives?"

Enjoy this article and recipe presented by Shir Avinadev, Fourth-Year Student, College of LSA and IGR Office Assistant.




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