November 08, 2013
Patrice French

Global Citizenship Community Panel

Event Details: 2:00 p.m., November 08, Center for Global Citizenship

The Cross Cultural Center will host a Saint Louis University community panel that explores the concept of global citizenship, its misconceptions and ways to apply global citizenship in one's daily life from 2-4 p.m. Friday, Nov. 8, in C.S. Huh Auditorium in the Center for Global Citizenship. Light refreshments will be served at the panel.

This panel is in connection with the Global Citizenship: Learn. Grow. Act. exhibit, which highlights community members' experiences and understanding of global citizenship by profiling perspectives of their individual selves, others who are alike and different from them, and the shared responsibility to greater humanity.

The exhibit is currently viewable in the Center for Global Citizenship atrium through Friday, Nov. 8.

November is Diversity Awareness Month at SLU, which fosters awareness and respect for social, cultural, religious, and ideological diversity. To learn more about upcoming events, check out the Diversity Month Page

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