On Monday, Feb. 19, students, faculty, and community members gathered at the Leadership Studies Building to engage in the first Cats for Inclusion community dialogue of the spring semester.
The Cats for Inclusion campaign was established in 2015 as a partnership between the Black Student Union and Staley School of Leadership Studies. This student-led initiative seeks to address issues of racial injustice and other forms of oppression within the K-State and Manhattan communities.
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On Tuesday, November 14th, the Kansas State University community came together to “live out loud” the values that make K-State such an extraordinary place. As the nation’s first operational land-grant university, Kansas State was founded on a vision of knowledge and education for all, and the #KSUnite walk was an important time to gather—at this time, in this place—to affirm our commitment to equal opportunity, learning, and service to the common good. Continue reading “Continuing the KSUnite Walk, Together”