This speaker series will consist of conversations across Norman that will highlight important aspects of our community. Join us at Norman Public Library East to engage in dialogue about inclusivity and diversity. A panel of Norman residents from diverse backgrounds will provide insight into their own experiences in Norman as well as answer questions from the audience. This session will focus on "Defeating Stereotypes," and feature panelists representing Hispanic Americans, Jewish Americans, youth, and residents with disabilities.
This series was created with the goal of continuing important, albeit sensitive, conversations in our community that will broaden our understanding of cultures different than our own, provide a safe place to ask questions of other cultures, and will continue our efforts to become a truly inclusive community.
This event is a partnership between the City of Norman, the City of Norman Human Rights Commission, the Xenia Institute, Norman Public Schools, OU Office of University Community, and Pioneer Library System.
Registration is not required, but encouraged to receive updates.