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Black History Month: Racism and Structural Change
February 4 at 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Structural racism—the normalized and legitimized range of policies, practices, and attitudes that routinely produce cumulative chronic adverse outcomes for people of color—is the main driver of racial inequality in America today. This presentation will present information on the origins of systematic racism in this country and what we can do to change it both short and long term. Please note that this session is not part of the Diversity Ambassador Program.
Speakers: Dr. Ron Milon and Taur Orange
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This event is part of the FIT Diversity Council’s Black History Month activities; for a full schedule of activities, visit fitnyc.edu/blackhistory.
This virtual event is for the FIT community only.