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C.A.R.E. Looks to Gauge Summer Interest and Availability
Conversations About Race and Ethnicity (C.A.R.E.) is preparing to host summer sessions for faculty and staff interested in their six-week dialogue program. To help gauge availability, C.A.R.E. is asking those who are interested in potentially participating this summer to complete the C.A.R.E. Summer Interest Form by Monday, May 10.
Managed through the Office of Multicultural Affairs, C.A.R.E. engages participants in meaningful, challenging and vital conversations about race and ethnicity. Throughout six weeks, participants will be challenged to explore their own racial and ethnic identity, understand the experiences of others, and critically identify social systems of oppression, working toward living a more socially just life.
After gathering feedback on availability from the summer interest form, C.A.R.E. will announce the signup and schedule for the summer sessions. All sessions will be held virtually.
Questions can be directed to Robin Maxile, graduate coordinator for C.A.R.E. Programs.