DREAM Weekly Email - Disability and Higher Education in the News: September 18-24, 2022
From DREAM: Disability Rights, Education, Activism, and Mentoring
Sponsored by the National Center for College Students with Disabilities
at the University of Minnesota’s Institute for Community Integration,
in collaboration with the Association on Higher Education And Disability (AHEAD)
This week’s newsletter and archived newsletters are available Monday at www.DREAMCollegeDisability.org.
Top Stories This Week (in no particular order)
COVID-19 and Monkeypox News
BIPOC and Diversity News
Students, Staff, Faculty in the News
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DREAM, the NCCSD, and the Institute on Community Integration at the University of Minnesota recognize thay are based within the traditional homelands of the Dakota people. “Minnesota” comes from the Dakota name for this region, Mni Sóta Maḳoce, which loosely translates to the land where the waters reflect the skies.
It is important to acknowledge the peoples on whose land we live, learn, and work as we seek to improve and strengthen our relations with our tribal nations. We also acknowledge that words are not enough. We must ensure that our institution provides support, resources, and programs that increase access to all aspects of higher education for American Indian students, staff, faculty, and community members.