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Distinguished Academic, Activist to Speak on Racism, Denial in Trump Years

All are invited to a talk and engaged audience discussion with Rozell “Prexy” Nesbitt, Ph.D., an academic, activist, former government consultant, administrator and advisor to late Chicago Mayor Harold Washington and other prominent leaders.

The event, “Racism and Denial in the Trump Years,” is sponsored by National Louis University’s Civic Engagement Center, in conjunction with the College of Professional Studies and Advancement, National College of Education,  Master of Public Administration program and Student Experience. It will take place Thursday,  February 15th  from 4 to 6 pm in the Atrium at the Chicago campus.

The current politically-charged environment in the United States challenges the accomplishments of those who for decades have fought for equity and equality. The presentation will consider the paradox of racism and denial, which is shaping the national dialogue.

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