Race Card Project town hall meeting and Diag exhibit

A two-month-long campuswide project promoting a deeper, meaningful conversation about race, identity and diversity will culminate April 18 in an exhibit on the Diag and a town hall meeting at Rackham Auditorium. Set amid one of U-M's most popular campus gathering places and historic settings of protests and solidarity, the Diag exhibit features displays of the Race Card Project, hundreds of postcards on which students, faculty and staff have written six words to describe their views about race. Meanwhile, award-winning journalist Michele Norris, who created the project shortly after working on her memoir exploring her family's racial legacy, will host a 4 p.m. town hall meeting at Rackham Auditorium.

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