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Politics and Diversity

Thursday Oct 18
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Bonnie Hurlburt Center, Room 248

In this election year, diversity plays a tremendous role in the political process. Knowing that political platforms are constructed to address diversity issues salient in American culture, we must explore the intersection between political beliefs and decisions, and our personal beliefs about diversity and acceptance.

All faculty, staff and administrators are invited and encouraged to come ready to engage in meaningful conversations about the intersection between politics and diversity. Participants are welcome to bring their own lunch.

In this election year, diversity plays a tremendous role in the political process. Knowing that political platforms are constructed to address diversity issues salient in American culture, we must explore the intersection between political beliefs and decisions, and our personal beliefs about diversity and acceptance.

All faculty, staff and administrators are invited and encouraged to come ready to engage in meaningful conversations about the intersection between politics and diversity. Participants are welcome to bring their own lunch.

Presenters:
Reginald Shareef, professor, Department of Political Science
Carter Turner, associate professor, Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies
Scott Dunn, assistant professor, School of Communication

Moderator:
Crasha V. Perkins, Director, Center for Diversity and Inclusion
To suggest future topics or for more information, contact Associate Professor Dana Rose at dgrose4@rdford.edu.

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