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Inclusion and Multicultural Engagement

Community Panel: Black Identity in a “Colorblind” Society

Date: 4:00pm PST February 22, 2011 Location: Council Chamber

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Council Chamber

Students, faculty and community panelists discuss the politics and social effects of racial identity, and what challenges and opportunities exist with being “Black” in today’s climate of race neutrality.  Join us for the conversation!

Refreshments will be served.


Our panelists include:


Kim Cameron-Dominguez  (LC Adjunct Faculty of CORE)
Isaac Dixon   (LC Associate Vice President & Director of Human Resources)
Mark Lewis  (Office of Multnomah County, The Bridge Builders)
Naiomi Cameron   (LC Assistant Professor of Mathematics)
Temesghen Habte  (LC Student, Philosophy Major)
Grace Uwagbae   (LC Alumnus, Public Advocate for Office of Mayor Sam Adams)


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