Identity & Belonging: A Conversation with Natasha S. Alford

DEI Dinner
Feb 29, 2024, 6:00 pm8:00 pm
Maeder Auditorium
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Event Description

We welcome you to our next DEI Dinner on Thursday, February 29th at 6:00pm in Maeder Auditorium. For this week's dinner, we continue our Black History Month programming by celebrating the book release of American Negrawritten by MPP Natasha AlfordWhile together, fellow MPP Eboni Simpson will host a conversation with Natasha about her book. We hope you join us!  

DEI Dinners are an inclusive space that welcome all students, allies, and friends to build community, share a meal and our most valued sense of self. They are meant to provide a welcoming, safe and supportive space for all SPIA graduate students, including those with historically marginalized identities, students of color, queer and trans students, women, students with disabilities and first-generation lower-income students.

The first 35 students to register will receive a copy of Natasha’s book!

Register here: Thursday 2/29 DEI Dinner, 6:00 - 8:00pm

Event Type
Book Talk
Event Category
AAS Co-Sponsored Event


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