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What does Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion look like in practice?

Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) are powerful tools to use to think through how we each move through the world ...
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GVP receives award from Georgia State University

This past December, Global Village Project was selected alongside Clayton County Public Schools to receive the 2019 Partnership Award from ...
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GVP’s new “Family Saturdays” deepen engagement with Clarkston community

On January 25th, Global Village Project piloted our first-ever “Family Saturday” to bring together members of the community served by ...
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Tribute to Education 2020 to feature Nasteho Ibrahim, Posse Scholar

On Sunday, April 19th, Global Village Project’s annual gala Tribute to Education will be held at The Temple in midtown ...
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Danielle Ereddia brings growing STEAM opportunities to GVP!

Since she joined the GVP Team in July 2019, STEAM Coordinator Danielle Ereddia has been building out new opportunities for ...
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“Your Dance Card”: Updates in GVP’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Journey

Your Dance Card Inclusion is when everyone is asked to dance... Equity is when no one gets a special invitation ...
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Basmat Ahmed Joins the GVP Team as Community Engagement Associate!

This fall, GVP began the search for a new visionary to spearhead Community Engagement, a fiercely compassionate team member focused on building ...
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From GVP to the Met Opera: A Dream Come True for Ms. Kimberli

GVP’s beloved Ms. Kimberli Render will be moving to New York City and leaving her current position as Arts Coordinator ...
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Students Bring Knowledge to Life in “Lifeworks” Author’s Tea

During GVP's second Authors’ Tea of the year, entitled “Lifeworks,” students showcased what they have learned about women who dedicate their ...
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