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Dialogues with Dean Delmy and Dean Kirkland for Students of Color

young protestor holds a sign defining non-racist as someone who passively rejects racist language, behavior, beliefs by not using racial slurs, acknowledging privilege, not voting for bigots, and resposts #BLM and defines anti-racist as someone who actively rejects or opposes racism, acts as an accomplice for BIPOC, uses power/privilege to eradicate racism by calling people in when they use slures, education oneself and others, challenging systems of power, and making space for voices of BIPOC
10:00am-11:00am ET

Dialogues with Dean Delmy and Dean Kirkland provides Steinhardt students with a casual, virtual space to meet, network, and build relationships with one another across our school throughout the semester. It’s also a chance to ask questions or share concerns you may have with Steinhardt Associate Dean, Delmy M. Lendof and Vice Dean David E. Kirkland.

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