Listening Space: Trial in the Death of George Floyd (3 of 5)

April 23, 2021 1:00PM - 2:00PM

Zoom


Contact: MSU CAPS, 517-355-8270

MSU CAPS recognizes the continued pandemic that is racial discrimination. We recognize that racial discrimination occurs on a frequent and ongoing basis, in a variety of ways, for our MSU students. Many have been watching the trial of the police officer accused in the death of George Floyd. These CAPS listening spaces are for students to process their feelings, thoughts and reactions related to the death of George Floyd, the trial, and if applicable, the verdict. 

This is a series of five listening spaces, taking place April 21, 22, 23, 26 and 29. To see details, including time and hosts for each session, visit caps.msu.edu/events

How to Join

These listening spaces are open to current, registered MSU students only. Note that each session has its own registration link. If you would like to attend more than one, be sure to register for them individually.

Session Host

This session will be hosted by Dr. Markie Silverman and Dr. Jessica Mitchell-Corsino

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