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Events Planned to Discuss Racial Injustice

Online gatherings will provide opportunities for dialogue among students, faculty and staff

Members of the Bentley community are planning online events to allow students, faculty and staff to come together virtually to discuss racial inequality and show their support for the Black community. A meeting is also expected to be planned on campus in the fall. Below are some of the upcoming events:

Friday, June 5

Faculty and Staff Town Hall on Racial Inequality 
Hosted by the Office of the Provost

Black Lives Matter Movement: A Community Conversation
Hosted by Black United Body 

Tuesday, June 9

Vigil for George Floyd 
Hosted by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion 

Thursday, June 18

Listening Session with Alumni
Hosted by the Multicultural Center  

Tuesday, June 23 

Introduction to Anti-Racist Advocacy Workshop
Hosted by the Division of Student Affairs  

Throughout the Summer

Student-Focused Anti-Racism Trainings for Student Organizations and Groups
Sponsored by Student Equity and Inclusion 

Bentley Groups Speak Out to Support Black Community

'Black Lives Matter on this Campus'

Racial Justice Task Force Launched