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A Syrian boy waves the revolutionary flag. (Photo: Mohammad Hannon/Associated Press)

CSUEB Diversity Center to hold discussion on US Foreign Policy, Syria on Sept. 10

  • September 4, 2013 5:00am

The ASI Diversity Center at Cal State East Bay will host a dialogue concerning US foreign Policy, terrorism, and the looming attack/declaration of war against Syria on Tuesday, Sept. 10, from 12:00pm to 1:00pm. Please bring your lunch and an open mind. 

The center's commitment to social justice requires active and meaningful dialogues about current issues. As such, it strives to provide a safe environment for the campus community to share thoughts, feelings, and opinions about substantive issues facing our communities. 

The ASI Diversity Center is a focal point for co-curricular learning, meaningful programming, and a movement that stimulates a commitment to social justice and change.

For more information, contact Jonathan Stoll, diversity center manager, by phone at 510-885-3908.

This is a reposting from CSUEB Associated Students, Inc.

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