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Prejudice, Racism, and Stereotypes: Is it Despicable or Understandable?
Dinner Dialogues is an opportunity to engage in critical and meaningful dialogue about pertinent topics that shape our perspectives and influence our communities. Through honest dialogue, participants share and listen to diverse perspectives while developing positive relationships.
April's topics will center on prejudice, racism, and stereotypes. We will address the differences between the three? Who is impacted? How are individuals impacted? Is prejudice, racism, and stereotypes a common and accepted part of our society?
These questions and more will be addressed.
Thursday, April 19, 2012 - 6:00 p.m.
Visit www.uco.edu/diversity to register and for more information.
Location confirmed upon registration.
For more information contact Diversity and Inclusion at (405) 974-3588 or firstname.lastname@example.org