Day of Presence
Who's In, Who's Out?: The Current Environment for Social Justice
Wednesday, April 27
Although many of us focus on issues of diversity daily, the campus community is asked to reflect on issues of racial diversity for two days each year when we observe the Day of Absence (April 22) and the Day of Presence (April 27).
Our focus this year has been on issues of access such as immigration rights and reform, access to higher education for people of color, ethnic studies, The Dream Act, hidden histories and historical trauma, anti-racism skills, community activism and allyship.
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All events are free but some may require pre-registration.
Sponsored by First Peoples’ Advising Services and a multitude of other campus offices.
For more information, please contact us (360) 867-6467 or email@example.com