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Human Rights Commission Award

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AlexH_NateEThe Diversity Partnership between Winona State University’s Office of Inclusion and Diversity and Minnesota State College-Southeast Technical, Student Services led to the receipt of a prestigious award from the League of Minnesota Human Rights Commission.  Alex Hines Director of WSU’s Department of Inclusion and Diversity and Nate Emerson, Southeast Tech’s Vice President of Student Affairs, were instrumental in combining efforts with Project Fine in Winona. These efforts brought a number of outreach opportunities that involved a Diversity Speaker series and other youth programs that invite exploration of different cultures, lifestyles and issues around us.  For more information, read the Winona Daily News article at http://www.winonadailynews.com/news/local/article_f6dec7a4-0bcc-11df-88fd-001cc4c03286.html


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