Anti-Racism Task Force prepares to share recommendations, receive feedback

Dietra Trent, Wendi Manuel-Scott, Shernita Rochelle Parker

Over the past several months, members of George Mason University’s Anti-Racism and Inclusive Excellence Task Force have been hard at work analyzing the current state of the university, making recommendations, and preparing for the major work ahead.

We recently spoke with the task force leadership—Dietra Trent, the interim vice president for Compliance, Diversity and Ethics and special advisor to the president, and co-chairs Shernita Rochelle Parker, Mason’s assistant vice president for HR strategy and talent management, and Wendi Manuel-Scott, a professor of history in the School of Integrative Studies within the College of Humanities and Social Sciences and the former director of the African and African American Studies Program—to see how the initiative is going.

Read more about the Anti-Racism Task Force

Posted in Global and Multicultural Competence, Racial Justice 2020.