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Hampshire College Lebrón-Wiggins-Pran Cultural Center and Office of Multicultural and International Student Services
To serve better and retain students of color and international students, the Lebrón-Wiggins-Pran Cultural Center provides a range of programs and resources to support and promote the success of students of color and international students at Hampshire College.
Diversity and Inclusion Abroad-Racial and Ethnic Minority Students Abroad | Diversity Abroad
This brief article includes advice, important points to consider, and some questions to ask before going abroad.
Race: Are We So Different?
"A New Look at Race through Three Lenses." This is a project of the American Anthropological Association.
White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack
An introductory examination into social conditions that exist due to racial advantages and disadvantages.
What Is Race?
A Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) project that breaks down the illusions of race.
Race Abroad: For Americans of Color Preparing to Live Abroad
A compilation guide from the University of Minnesota about students’ experiences navigating race in non-U.S. contexts.
Resources to Support Underrepresented Students | PLATO: The Center for Global Education
Links to organizations, resources, and scholarships that support academic advancement for underrepresented groups.
See Finances and Funding for information on Hampshire funding and external funding for study abroad. Options include:Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship | IIE
Study Abroad Scholarships for underrepresented students.Diversity Abroad Scholarships and Grants
Provides information on a number of study abroad scholarships offered by Diversity Abroad.com in partnership with various organizations. Hampshire College students are eligible for specific Diversity Abroad scholarships, as Hampshire College is a new member institution.Indigenous Biocultural Exchange Fund (IBEX) | IIE
The fund aims to encourage an actively and participatory exchange of knowledge systems, especially for, but not limited to, individuals in the following regions: African Rift Valley; Central Asia and Turkey; southwest U.S. and northern Mexico; northern Australia; and Melanesia.