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DemoNSUnite for Change
The Office of Inclusion and Diversity will host DemoNSUnite for Change beginning at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 14 at Iberville Green Stage.
Join us today at 6pm at the Iberville stage as we come together to continue our goal of unifying our campus and our community! We will be acknowledging the racial past of NSU and the grounds it sits on and also revealing some of the action steps that will be taking place going forward! Also we will be giving out t-shirts for our Demon family to display their commitment to change and unity! Please rsvp as we will be abiding by social distancing practices! Mask up!
for more details, contact: Dr. Michael Snowden, VP of Inclusion and Diversity, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Professor Brittany Blackwell Broussard, Coordinator of Center for Inclusion and Diversity, email@example.com
"I'm for truth, no matter who tells it. I'm for justice, no matter who it's for or against. I'm a human being first and foremost." -- The Autobiography of Malcolm X
"democracy itself ... requires the University to become a force for the emergence of diversity." Thomas Docherty, For the University: Democracy and the Future of the Institution (2011)