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Juneteenth: History and Significance

As the United States prepares to celebrate Juneteenth, Wright State University community members reflect on the holiday, its history and its personal meaning.

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Around the world in 5 books

Take a Trip Around the World With These Five Books

Reading is a great way to become exposed to different cultures and broaden one’s knowledge of others. Below are five books that take place around the world and explore different cultures.

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Wright State Charters First Multicultural Sorority

A new era of Wright State University Greek life begins as Kappa Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc., formerly known as ACE or Advocates for Cultural diversity and Excellence, became the first and only Asian-interest sorority in Raider history.

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Students Raise Diversity and Inclusion Concerns at Last Black Reality Talks Event of Semester

The Black Student Union hosted the last of the Black Reality Talks for the 2021-22 school year on April 12 and discussed educational programming around black student spaces and police intimidation.

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Dayton Educators Speak Out Against Florida ‘Don’t Say Gay’ Bill

Shortly after Florida passed the Parental Rights in Education bill, known as the “don’t say gay” bill to opponents, Ohio proposed its own version. Dayton area educators spoke out against both.

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