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The University of Michigan will donate nearly $ 2 million to groups attempting to "dismantle and promote" systematic racism

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University of Michiganhas provided the Group with a research grant of approximately $ 2 million to investigate "the historical and current state of the US cancer system." ..

According to the University of Michigan website, the $ 1,999,834 grant is planning a project centered on "confronting a slaughtered nation," "voices of imprisoned people and living experiences." Given to groups affiliated with community organizations. A community of people and criminals.

This project was funded as part of the university's "Meet the Moment Research Initiative," which focuses on faculty research and scholarships to "address the most pressing social issues of the day." rice field.

The title of the project is"Criminalization, Confinement, Control".

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The University Of Michigan North Campus signage at the University Of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan on July 30, 2019.  

Sign of the University of Michigan North Campus in Ann Arbor, Michigan, July 30, 2019. ..   (Raymond Boyd / Getty Images)

According to a press release, the project "reviews the historical and current state of the US cancer system. Investigate. Mass imprisonment, police atrocities, illegal convictions, racial criminalization, detention of immigrants. "

" The team works with community organizations and affected individuals to Focusing on the voices and living experiences of imprisoned people and criminal communities, it brings transparency and democraticaccountability to law enforcement agencies. A story about the state of the United States. "

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The Burton Memorial Tower stands on the central campus March 24, 2015, at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Built in 1936, the 120' tower is named for University President Marion Leroy Burton, who served from 1920-1925. 

The Burton Memorial Tower is located on the University of Michigan's central campus in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Built in 1936, the 120-foot tower is named after the President of Marion LeRoy Burton University, who served from 1920 to 1925.  (Photo by Robert Nickelsberg / Getty Images)

The press release describing the project is an effort to "dismantle systematic racism." But as "promoting social justice".

A total of approximately $ 4.5 million has been donated to other projects such as "Measurement, Modeling, and Mapping of Microplastics in the Michigan Atmosphere."

University of MichiganAnn Kazan, Dean of the Faculty of Literature, Science and Arts, said in a press release that the study addresses imminent social issues.

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"Many of the challenges our society faces today will have long-term implications for future generations. This research initiative encourages and empowers people to make positive and deliberate changes. You can tackle these issues in a way that gives, "says Carzan.

Adam Sabes is a writer for FoxNews Digital. Story tips can be sent toAdam.Sabes@fox.comand Twitter@asabes10.