Three alumni are retuning to campus to discuss their 2001 efforts to bring attention to the need for an ethnic studies program at NAU.
Ki’Jev King and Angela Johnson, former president and vice president for the Black Student Union, and Michael Johnson, who was president of ASNAU at the time, will reflect on their student activism and its role in the development of NAU’s ethnic studies program.
The discussion begins at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 4, in the Gardner Auditorium in the W.A. Franke College of Business.
For information, contact Frederick Gooding, ethnic studies lecturer, at (928) 523-8134 or Frederick.Gooding-Jr@nau.edu.