Diversity Peer Educators to Host Panel on Blindness on April 16

The Diversity Education for Our Peers to Thrive (DEPTH) program will host a presentation and panel on blindness and the invisibility that often comes with it on April 16, 2018 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in Witherspoon Cinema. Registration is not required.

The DEPTH (Diversity Education for our Peers to THrive) program is a student initiative dedicated to facilitating conversations among the student body about various issues of diversity, prominent and emerging social issues and complex problems. DEPTH contributes to the goal of fostering an inclusive campus community that values and demonstrates cultural competence through the promotion and engagement of intellectual co-curricular experiences characterized by open dialogue that deepens one’s understanding of diversity, difference and privilege while promoting respect for commonalities and difference in historical, cultural, global and domestic contexts.

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