Lectures

"What Juneteenth Means to Me": A Community Conversation

Add to Calendar 2022-06-21 12:00:00 2022-06-21 13:00:00 "What Juneteenth Means to Me": A Community Conversation Join the Office for Institutional Equity & Diversity in recognizing Juneteenth through a community conversation with Board of Trustee Lyle Quasim, Class of 1970 and Assistant Director of Access Programs Tolu Taiwo. They will discuss the history and impact of Juneteenth on our country, city, and university community. Please feel free to bring your lunch to the event. Desserts will be provided courtesy of Tacoma's Black-owned business, Love by the Slice Baking & Catering. Location Contact Information Margo Palmer 253.879.2827 mdpalmer@pugetsound.edu support@kwallcompany.com America/Los_Angeles public
Jun 21, 2022
12 noon - 1 p.m.

With Trustee Lyle Quasim and Assistant Director for Access Programs, Tolu Taiwo

Join the Office for Institutional Equity & Diversity in recognizing Juneteenth through a community conversation with Board of Trustee Lyle Quasim, Class of 1970 and Assistant Director of Access Programs Tolu Taiwo. They will discuss the history and impact of Juneteenth on our country, city, and university community.

Please feel free to bring your lunch to the event. Desserts will be provided courtesy of Tacoma's Black-owned business, Love by the Slice Baking & Catering.

Event Location

Murray Boardroom

Contact Information
Margo Palmer
253.879.2827
mdpalmer@pugetsound.edu