DESCRIPTIONThe impact of classism in our society leads to many barriers on our campus and in the broader community. Exploring classism is an essential part of understanding how wealth, status, and income are intertwined with social, cultural, and historical issues in the United States. Class and classism intersect with our identities and experiences, and challenging assumptions and biases about class is an important step in creating positive change at the University.
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ACCOMMODATIONSTo request a disability-related accommodation for any OED Certificate workshop (please allow two weeks advance notice), contact Ralph Blanco at [email protected] or 612-625-8680.
Office for Equity and Diversity
Northrop Auditorium (Founder's Room, 260)
Location Street Address
84 Church Street SE