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Brave Spaces engages Stanford staff in discussion

Jul 22 2020

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In the News, Initiatives, Staff

Following the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis on May 25 and the ensuing protests, Provost Persis Drell sent a message to Stanford staff about some of the steps the university is taking to respond to anti-Black racism and “transform our grief into building a community that is respectful and inclusive.” One of those steps was a pilot program – Brave Spaces – a series of virtual forums to provide staff with a place to openly discuss anti-Black racism, inequality and injustice.