Creating a Space for Conversation and Support: A Wayne State Community Virtual Dialogue on Race
This event is in the past.
The Derek Chauvin trial brought national attention back to the painful details of the murder of George Floyd. The ongoing violence against Black people as evidenced by the murder of Daunte Wright at the hands of police has been seared into our consciousness. We are challenged to make sense of these events as well as the ongoing racial injustice we see around us. Even though Chauvin was found guilty of George Floyd’s murder, we still mourn the loss of Black life in so many unjust ways.
The Wayne State Community will once again gather in dialogue circles on Tuesday, April 27, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. to discuss our feelings about these traumatic issues, as well as strategize how we can collectively take action to make Wayne State a more welcoming and inclusive campus community.
Please join us using the Zoom link below.
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Meeting ID: 925 8855 4259
Hosted by the Wayne State Office of Diversity & Inclusion