Tag: Kiesha Warren-Gordon

  • Advancing Equity Across Campus

    Educational, inspiring, affirming, impactful, insightful, engaging, and encouraging. These are just a few adjectives participants used to describe Ball State’s recent virtual conversation on Antiracism, Intersectionality, and Empowerment. The event drew over 100 participants, as students, staff, and faculty expressed commitment to achieving equity and inclusive excellence. This conversation is just beginning. While the College […]

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  • 8 Reasons to Minor in African American Studies

    Are you looking to gain a better understanding of our nation as a whole and how Black Americans have shaped it? Being an African American Studies minor can make you a more informed citizen of America and the world, while providing you with the tools to become a diversity-conscious professional. Here are 8 other reasons […]

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  • “Race and Police” Photos & Highlights

    On the evening of Thursday, February 6, Ball State students, faculty, and staff along with Muncie community members gathered to engage in a conversation about “Race and Police” with community policing expert Lorenzo Boyd and historians Simon Balto and Max Felker-Kantor. Criminal Justice and Criminology professor Kiesha Warren-Gordon moderated the conversation, and members of the […]

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