February NCLUDE

Office of Diversity and Inclusion Author
03/01/2022 Added
8 Plays


Although faith is in many cases an “invisible” aspect of diversity, there are a vast number of different religious, spiritual, and humanist identity groups present on our campus. Because our faith systems influence our understanding of values, morals, and community, they inherently affect our approach to diversity, equity, and inclusion work. For our third session of the academic year, we hosted a panel of community leaders, moderated by Dr. Max Perry Mueller of The Department of Classics and Religious Studies. Panelists will discuss their religious, spiritual, and humanist communities, how they have found these communities in Nebraska, and how their identities and beliefs influence their approaches to social justice and diversity, equity, and inclusion work.

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