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K-State Today

February 27, 2020

Antiracist learning communities to start fall 2020

Submitted by Jessica Elmore

Join Kimathi Choma, assistant dean of diversity, recruitment and retention for the College of Arts and Sciences; Jessica Elmore, associate director of diversity programs for the K-State Alumni Association; and Cliff Hight, department head of the Morse Department of Special Collections for the K-State Libraries, as they host learning communities focused on how to be an antiracist.

Starting in fall 2020, an organized group of communities will use the New York Times bestseller book "How to Be an Antiracist" by Ibram Kendi to guide individuals through their own journey of actions toward inclusivity and antiracist behavior.

K-Staters interested in becoming a part of this experience should fill out this survey by March 31.

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