Mason’s Honors College pursues anti-racist community through discussion program

“Honoring Our Community” is an Honors College initiative that promotes ongoing conversations among groups of students. Photo provided.

George Mason University’s Honors College launched a program this year to help cultivate an anti-racist community by creating a space in which students can discuss issues of racial and social justice. The program, called “Honoring Our Community,” involves encouraging honest conversations among groups of four or five students working with a facilitator. Students who volunteer for the program meet once a month during the academic year. Read more about the program.

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