Steven Jones decries prejudice

 

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Posted Oct. 12, 2007

Sher Porter
News Editor

Prejudice and privilege were the twin topics tackled by diversity expert Steven Jones in his Oct. 4 lecture in Founders Auditorium.

Jones, C.E.O of Jones and Associates Consulting, Inc., spoke about how to make the dreams of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Shirley Chisholm come true.

“I think a big part of our challenge is to decide when to take a stand,” Jones said.

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