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Presented By: Mechanical Engineering

Unresolved Racial Justice: Anti-Blackness on Campus, Past and Present

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The Sankofa Project started by U-M Mechanical Engineering professors is hosting a student panel to unpack anti-blackness at Michigan, and specifically within engineering.

January 24th
5:30-7:30pm
2505 GG Brown Laboratory

RSVP: http://bit.ly/3k8qa6u

The Sankofa Project
Our objective is to use Black history as a guiding resource for re-engineering a more humanistic future. This project aims to restore accuracy and strength to the narrative about Black Americans’ role in developing our country, we anticipate this will enhance inclusivity by centering the stories and perspectives of a racially marginalized group. We believe this information is important for everyone, so we invite students of diverse identities to participate.
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