An all-white virtual event called on participants to “step up and interrupt our collective legacy of violence.”
By Mairead McArdle
Tulane University, a top private university in New Orleans, held virtual events dubbed “racial healing spaces” on Wednesday, where students and staff were segregated by race to reflect on the murder conviction of Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin the previous day.
Tulane’s Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion organized three virtual Zoom groups Wednesday evening “for students, faculty, and staff to join together to help bring about racial healing in our community,” the school announced on its website.
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