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Tune in to the upcoming Equity Training series and collaborate on securing campus safety.

By Josie Lavender

March 24, 2021

Major General Angie Salinas, United States Marine Corps (Retired)Equity Training Series: Walking in her boots

All Roadrunners are invited to a discussion-based lesson with retired Major General Angie Salinas, U.S. Marine Corps, on breaking through the glass ceiling and women in leadership. General Salinas made history when she became the first Latina selected and promoted to the general officer ranks in the Marines. Next week, she joins the Center for Multicultural Engagement and Inclusion and the Urban Leadership Program to share her wisdom with the Metropolitan State University of Denver community. Register for the virtual lesson today.


3-4 p.m.


ACPD CAB Town Hall Discussion

Learn more about the Auraria Campus Police Department Community Advisory Board and collaborate on steps to improve campus safety for everyone. Omar Montgomery will moderate the first ACPD CAB Town Hall Discussion. Registration is not required, but attendees are encouraged to complete the Town Hall Discussion form prior to the online event. Visit the AHEC site to learn about the multiple ways you can join the discussion.

April 1

3:30-4:30 p.m.


Equity Training Series: Post-Traumatic Slave Syndrome and Healing

Explore the groundbreaking subject of post-traumatic slave syndrome and healing with author Joy DeGruy, Ph.D. The session will be facilitated by Jordan Matthews as participants learn about DeGruy’s research on the intersection of racism, trauma, violence and American chattel slavery. Claim your virtual seat at this online event.

April 1

3:30-4:30 p.m.


Equity Training Series: Q&A with Ibram X. Kendi

Engage in a dialogue with one of Time magazine’s top 100 most influential people in the world, Ibram X. Kendi, Ph.D. As one of the United States’ foremost historians and leading anti-racist scholars, Kendi has agreed to share his wealth of knowledge in the CMEI and Urban Leadership Program training series. The event will begin with a 45-minute interview-style conversation with Kendi, followed by a 15-minute Q&A. The virtual event has limited space, so register today for this equity resource.

April 21

4-5 p.m.

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