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The latest about our collaborations and work

Let’s Create Change Together!

On September 15, 2023, KERG will launch its 2nd Annual Fundraising Campaign. We appreciate your support. Please Click here to Donate.

Summer Undergraduate Intern

KERG will hire a summer undergraduate research assistant. The intern will work with the DiasporaINFO project.

KERG Outreach Helps to Sponsor Apex Pride

This year KERG Outreach will serve as one of the fiscal sponsors for the third annual Apex Pride Festival in North Carolina. Apex Pride is a family-friendly and inclusive organization that celebrates LGBTQIA+ families and individuals in the local community.

Scholarship on Digital Barriers

Check out the recent journal article/report about the KERG WAELC Project, “Critiquing Neocolonial Digital Barriers’ Impact on ELibraries and African Scholarship,” published in Anthropology Annals. Click here to request a copy of the full article.

Collaborative Partnerships

KERG, KERG Collaborative partners at Obafemi Awolowo University and open access advocacy group SPARC* work to improve open access sources for scholars, students, and staff at Obafemi Awolowo University.

North Carolina Office of Digital Equity and Literacy Working Group

KERG Executive Director Dr. Kamela Heyward-Rotimi joins the Data and Barriers Working Group of the N.C. Office of Digital Equity and Literacy under the NC Department of Information Technology NCDIT. The working group of digital equity organizations and experts will make recommendations to improve NC residents’ digital access to state resources.