Diversity, race, Higher educatio, leadership
Although The New York Times has already observed that President Barack Obama is an "omnipresent icebreaker" in the national conversation about race, now is a good time to recall the President's warning that we will not "get beyond our racial divisions in a single election cycle, or with a single candidacy" and that race is something in American history and life "that we've never really worked through." Diversity—and not only in race (though importantly race)—is an agenda that still needs champions, on campus as well as in Washington, D.C.
Cantor, Nancy, "Why diversity still needs a champion" (2009). Office of the Chancellor. 11.
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