Race Relations in Tulsa, Starting a Dialogue

We are so proud of our student association, which under the guidance of Kirsten Havig, faculty sponsor, worked with other community partners to get a dialogue started about race relations. A panel discussion followed after a viewing of "Hate Crimes in the Heartland". Now that's social work in action! Over 300 people attended, and the event made the Tulsa World the following day (article here). Special thanks to the John Hope Franklin Center for Reconciliation and Phoenix Rising School for their partnership. 

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