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Diversity Day Conversation: "Diversity, Ethnicity and Internationalism"
Wednesday, March 23, 2011, at 6pm
An open public dialogue will highlight IU Bloomington's third annual Diversity Day; this year's campus-wide celebration will be centered on the theme "Conversation: Diversity, Ethnicity and Internationalism." In light of recent events in Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, and Yemen–along with the anti-Semitic vandalism and an attack on Asian students last year on our own campus–there will be a discussion on the challenges of the three inextricably-linked factors of diversity, ethnicity, and internationalism in our community. To what extent is IU moving toward interculturalism? What is the nature of the civic climate at IU Bloomington? Are administrators, faculty, students, and staff achieving what we wish to be and do in the areas of diversity, ethnicity and internationalism? And what remains to be done?
Revised: March 17, 2011
Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs