September 9, 2020
Community Action Talk Sept. 17 to focus on free speech
Submitted by Center for Student Involvement
The next Community Action Talk will focus on free speech.
Kansas State University General Counsel Shari Crittendon will moderate a panel of university staff and students, including Vice President of Student Life and Dean of Students Thomas Lane; Professor and Interim Department Chair of Special Education, Counseling and Student Affairs Christy Craft; Associate Professor of Journalism and Mass Communications Nikhil Moro; Assistant Professor of American Ethnic Studies April Petillo; and junior student studying human resources management and Spanish Natalia Rodriguez.
The Office of the Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, in partnership with the Center for Student Involvement, will host the CAT from noon to 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 17, and it will be streamed via YouTube Live. Please visit the Community Action Talks webpage to access the stream.
CATs is a monthly series that features panelists on various topical issues and provides an opportunity for the community to participate in diversity, inclusion and social justice dialogues coupled with an opportunity to learn how we can all take action to achieve transformative change for our university, our state and the world.