Heritage Month 2005 - Heritage as a Gift: Evolution of the
African Diaspora presents
Discrimination and Diversity in Criminal
Throughout the African Diaspora there has been a struggle of
inclusion and appreciation for diverse contributions in all walks
of life, including the criminal justice system. The National
Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives, NOBLE, will give
a presentation and lead a discussion on diversity issues facing
criminal justice agencies.
Tuesday, February 22, 2005
12:15 - 1:30 p.m.
Lower Level Kelleher Center, Staten Island Campus
For more information, purchase tickets, and transportation
Office of Student Life
African Heritage Month celebrations are made possible through
the collaborative efforts of the following office and student
organizations: Campus Ministry, College of Professional Studies,
Discover New York, Office of The Executive Vice President and
Campus Director, Office of Residence Life, Office of Student
Development, Queens Campus Office of Student Life, Office of the
Vice President of Student Affairs, Criminal Justice Association,
Latin-American Students Organization, Pan-African and Caribbean
Students Association and Residence Life Council.