NCCJ St. Louis commends the ongoing activism and intersectional work that led to Mr. Wolfe's resignation this morning. NCCJ also notes that this resignation was only one of the demands of #ConcernedStudents1950 to pursue racial equity on campus. The work continues.
Inclusion and racial healing on campus and in the community will take focused energy and strong leadership. NCCJ is offering two workshops to help build leadership and collective will to promote diversity, inclusion & equity in Columbia:
These independent workshops (you can attend one or both) focus on identifying obstacles to inclusion and strategies for taking action to build more inclusive communities. The workshops will be held at Columbia/Boone County Department of Public Health. Scholarships and reduced-price registrations are available. Contact NCCJ St. Louis at email@example.com for more information about these, or to inquire about bringing these workshops to your corner of the community—colleagues, employees, students, or constituents.