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The Program in Racism, Immigration, and Citizenship (RIC) provides a forum for students, faculty, and staff to explore how racial hierarchies interact with migration flows to shape citizenship, national identity, and practices of democratic inclusion and social exclusion. Our most recent theme was “Freedom Education.”

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Intersession and Spring 2024 Courses Led by RIC Kinfolk Announced

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As the Program in Racism, Immigration, and Citizenship continues to grow and expand, we are excited to announce a wide range of courses offered across the humanities and social sciences. These are led by RIC kinfolk and include innovative community-engaged pedagogy. Focal areas include racism, immigration, colonialism, and critical political economy, as well as the...

Two Major RIC Events Announced for Fall 2023

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The Program in Racism, Immigration, and Citizenship is pleased to announce two major events for the Fall 2023 semester. First, Thursday, September 14, 5pm–7pm, What Comes Next: Racism, Immigration, and Citizenship after Affirmative Action. Second, Thursday, October 19, 10am–3pm, Racism and Repair at and beyond Johns Hopkins University.