Virtual Town Hall on Racial Injustice is June 17; register today

All members of the Marquette community are encouraged to attend a virtual town hall on racial injustice on Wednesday, June 17, from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. via Microsoft Teams Live.

Register via Eventbrite. A link to join the event will be shared with registrants on Wednesday morning.

The town hall will feature a panel of university leaders, including President Michael R. Lovell, Provost Kimo Ah Yun, Vice President for Inclusive Excellence William Welburn, as well as faculty and students. University leaders will share steps that Marquette is taking to address this issue within the university and local community. In addition to learning how Marquette is responding to racial injustice, the event will serve as an opportunity for attendees to ask questions and offer ideas about how we can ensure the Marquette campus is not only inclusive and welcoming, but also solidly anti-racist.

Submit questions in advance via Qualtrics. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions during the event via the chat function of the Teams Live event.