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Nicole Aljoe Moderates Racial Literacy Series Discussion

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Nicole Aljoe (Director of Africana Studies Program; Associate Professor of English and Africana Studies) moderated the third installment of Northeastern’s Racial Literacy series focused on culture.

“Our culture can serve to reinforce harmful stereotypes—or build understanding for new ways of relating to each other. But if we want to bring lasting change to society, changing the culture is just as important as changing the law.”

Nicole Aljoe

Aljoe was one of the four faculty members who took part in this discussion. Read more about the event at News@Northeastern.

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