It’s OK to Be Angry, but Work to Bring About Change

Credit: iStock.com/Bastiaan Slabbers
Credit: iStock.com/Bastiaan Slabbers
While most springs terms are done, our past and current students still have to face their emotions in response to George Floyd’s death, the national and international riots, and what this all says about race relationships. This customizable letter to students is meant to help. Feel free to share it as is or to further tailor it.

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