African American Heritage Month focuses on inclusion
Dr. Ken Coopwood, vice president for diversity and inclusion, and Francine Pratt from multicultural programs share how Missouri State University celebrates African American Heritage Month.
“What’s important, overall, is that the entire campus takes part in these activities, so that we have an integrated educational movement on campus,” said Coopwood.
The month’s events include presentations on culture, lifestyle, social issues and music with a focus on diversity and inclusion in the community. All events are open to the public.
For more information about the events and activities during African American Heritage Month, visit the Multicultural Resource Center or call (417) 836-3043.
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