Special Announcement: MLK Reflections Contest

The Africana Center and the Office of Equal Opportunity have announced the First Annual MLK Reflections Contest, which asks Tufts students to reflect on the following question in light of the work and writings of Martin Luther King, Jr.:
 “Is the Post-Racial Discourse of today an attempt to silence us about things that matter? If so, how do you understand post-racial discourse within and outside of the context of your Tufts experience?”
Submissions are due by December 4th. For more information, check out the contest flyer at http://ase.tufts.edu/africana/documents/flyerMLKreflections2010.pdf.

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