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DMSA and NPHC Diversity Lecture: Know Better, Do Better- Exploring Campus Racism 

Date and Location:

Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Forum Hall at 7:00pm

Join us as Los Angeles Times Best Seller Lawrence Ross guides us in a conversation on how to combat racism on college campuses. This event is free and open to ALL K-State students, faculty and staff!

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May Our Voices Ring True

Date and Location:

Wednesday, November 20, 2019

KSU Union Bluemont Room at 6:30pm

DMSA will be hosting Huascar Medina for an evening of empowerment through poetry! Medina is the first Latino Poet Laureate in the state of Kansas! Medina is author of the poetry collections “How to Hang the Moon,” published in 2017, and “Un Mango Grows in Kansas.” He is a member of Topeka’s Speak Easy Poets group and the Red Tail Collective of Lawrence. He is the literary editor for seveneightfive magazine. His play, “Theodore’s Love,” was staged in Topeka as part of the fifth annual Homegrown Playwright Project.

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