University Of Windsor Seeks Perspective Of Black Alumni For Roundtable Discussion

Tuesday August 17th, 2021

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The University of Windsor is reaching out to Black alumni in an effort to help the University establish, and in many cases rebuild, its relationship.

“As part of the University’s ongoing and rigorous strategic planning effort toward dismantling Anti-Black Racism, voices of alumni are essential,” says Marium Tolson-Murtty, Anti-Black Racism Strategic Planning Officer.  “Since June 2020, the University has undertaken several initiatives, as part of a broader strategy, to address anti-Black racism.”

The university is looking at holding a roundtable discussions to share stories and perspectives with each other. This initial meeting is intended as a first step in helping to inform and shape future, more extensive engagement initiatives.

The consultation sessions will be conducted remotely via Microsoft Teams. Participants are requested to register by visiting by August 20th.

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