COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) - Columbus State University’s diversity forum was held Wednesday night.
Attendees gathered at CSU’s Lumpkin Center to celebrate diversity and inclusion. The keynote speakers were NPR TV critic, Eric Diggins, and Kim Katrin Milan, co-founder of The People Project and Activist for Justice and Inclusion.
The diversity program is presented by CSU’s Office of Diversity Programs and Services.
Awards were also given out for such programs including, Women’s Leadership and Community Outreach. A diversity conference will be held Thursday at CSU’s Cunningham Center.