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The United States-South Africa Racial Justice Fellowship programme, funded by the U.S. government and hosted by the School of Education, University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) and Teachers College (TC), Columbia University, New York City, invites interested masters and doctoral students to apply for a nine-month fellowship.

  • The programme seeks to drive and highlight productive ways of engaging with issues of race and racial justice through higher education institutions in both countries.
  • This program will host 24 masters and doctoral students (12 from South Africa and 12 from the United States).
  • The programme comprises 4 hours of online monthly engagements and a two-weeks in-person exchange. The exchange will see fellows spending a week at UKZN in Durban, South Africa and a week at TC in New York City, United States.
  • Fellows will engage through virtual monthly events, including forums for debate, knowledge generation, and skills building.
  • The intention is to support and build a cross-national community of scholars engaged in researching and addressing racial injustice in universities and society in general.
2023 USA_SA Racial Justice Fellowship Programme_[1].pdf
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Posted 07 March 2023
By Vusi Jan Msiza
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