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In celebration of Black History Month, please join Associate Vice Chancellor Cecil Hicks in a conversation with Eric L. Ewing and Terri D. Sanders; Feb. 23.

  • date: 02/23/21
  • time: 1:00 PM – 2:15 PM
  • location: virtual • maps

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In celebration of Black History Month, please join Associate Vice Chancellor Cecil Hicks in a conversation with Eric Ewing and Terri D. Sanders on Feb. 23 from 1-2:15 P.M. on Zoom.

This event is sponsored by the UNO Office of Diversity, Equity, Access, and Inclusion (DEAI).

 

About the Participants

Cecil Hicks, Jr., MBA, SPHR

UNO Associate Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity, Access and Inclusion (DEAI)

Eric L. Ewing

Executive Director of the Great Plains Black Museum

Terri D. Sanders

Head Publisher of the Omaha Star, Nebraska’s only Black-owned newspaper

Join us on Zoom

 

Additional Black History Month Events

View the full schedule of UNO events celebrating Black History Month.

 

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