Dismantling Racism: SUNY New Paltz Town Hall

Date: Nov. 12 at 4:45 p.m.

SUNY New Paltz will hold an open town hall meeting to touch base with the college’s community after the upcoming national election to provide a platform to discuss race and racism. This online conversation will take place Nov. 12 beginning at 4:45 p.m  on Zoom. “Dismantling Racism: Checking in Post-Election” is the latest in SUNY New Paltz’s ongoing initiative to become more of an anti-racist institution. For more information and the Zoom meeting link, go to https://sites.newpaltz.edu/news/2020. The event is first come first serve. It will also be live-streamed and archived on YouTube.

Hannah Wright

Hannah Wright is a fourth-year journalism major from Millbrook, New York. She is interested in the interplay of sustainability and fashion.

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