RACIAL HEALING AND RECONCILIATION: A COMMUNITY PANEL DISCUSSION
Please join us for a dialogue aimed at fostering understanding on racial issues in our community, inspiring further healthy conversations, and taking actionable steps to tackle overt and subtle racial challenges in the Albright College community.
Rev. Ibrahim Bangura, interim chaplain
Jacque Fetrow, Ph.D., president
Brenda Ingram-Wallace, Ph.D., associate professor of psychology
Dwayne Walker, M.B.A., vice president for enrollment
Keith Walls, coordinator of Greek life, student involvement and leadership
Mike Gross, director of public safety
Autumn Spears ’20
FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 2020, 11 A.M.
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Albright College is committed to inclusivity and equity, to standing together in the face of hatred and bias, to fighting ignorance and intolerance, to saying no to apathy and indifference, to speaking out, and to offering profound compassion for all who live in fear that the color of their skin, gender identity, ethnicity or religion makes them a target of hate. It is simply not enough to do no harm; we are committed to being anti-racist.