Annual Forum Promotes Diversity and Social Justice

by Caleb Peck, College of Arts and Sciences

USF's annual Critical Diversity Studies Forum, aimed to expand on-campus dialogue about critical diversity, brought in four influential diversity activists this year to speak with students. The speakers included internationally acclaimed poet, Isabella "Isa" Borgeson; founder of Krip-Hop — a movement aimed to empower artists with disabilities to communicate their stories through hip hop — Leroy Moore; the nation's oldest park ranger, Betty Reid Soskin; and New York City Council Member and USF alum, Carlos Menchaca.

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