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The Race, Ethnicity, Youth and Social Equity (REYSE) Collaboratory at Clemson University is an interdisciplinary group of researchers and community scholars conducting research and providing programming to improve the lives of racial and ethnic youth living in diverse communities. 

Striving to achieve social equity within a youth development framework, the Collaboratory seeks to design and implement equity-centered initiatives, research, training and organizational change solutions in collaboration with government agencies and local, state and national organizations.

Spotlight

Join us for #BlackGirlMagic!

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Starting May 3, the REYSE Collaboratory's Founder and Director Dr. Corliss Outley and the US Play Coalition are hosting a special series of presentations and conversations called #BlackGirlMagic Mondays, where Black girls can experience freedom, autonomy and joy - and also validate their experiences in today's society.

The series features a powerful lineup of scholars from across the country, including department colleague Dr. Aby Sène-Harper and graduate student Anitra Alexander. Visit the US Play Coalition website for details. 

Upcoming Events

SEP22

Global Challenges Course Design Sessions

1:30 pm to 3:00 pm

Watt Family Innovation Center or virtual (details will be shared for those who register)

SEP23

Global Challenges Course Design Sessions

3:00 pm to 4:30 pm

Watt Family Innovation Center or virtual (details will be shared for those who register)

SEP27

Global Challenges Course Design Sessions

12:30 pm to 2:00 pm

Watt Family Innovation Center or virtual (details will be shared for those who register)