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Diversity and Inclusion

AAPI Heritage Month: Commemorative Lecture with Wajahat Ali

April 15, 2021 at 7:00pm8:15pm EDT

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Hybrid Event: Hosted virtually and screened live within the Schine Student Center Atrium (limited capacity).

Lecture Topic: A Caravan of Unity in the Age of Hate: Building a Multicultural Coalition of the Willing

The campus community is invited to join New York Times contributing op-ed writer, TED speaker, CNN commentator and award-winning playwright, Wajahat Ali. Wajahat Ali is a new kind of public intellectual: young, exuberant and optimistic.

Ali will speak on the multifaceted American experience, focusing on our growing need for cultural unity, racial diversity and inclusion to fight forces of hate and division. In hilarious, politically up-to-the-minute talks, Ali shows how to learn from and join “the multicultural coalition of the willing”—the emergent generation poised for social change.

This event has been made possible by Co-Curricular Fee funding and is sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Affairs, Student Association, South Asia Center and Hendricks Chapel.

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This event was published on March 25, 2021.


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