Hope and Healing: Nyeema Watson, Associate Chancellor for Civic Engagement

“The George Floyd killing was an absolute atrocity. People of all backgrounds and all shades and all religions have come together to say ‘Enough is enough.’ This rallying cry is so deafening at this point that I absolutely have hope that something is going to change. People who would not have protested before have protested, and people who haven’t spoken up about racial injustice have spoken up. I’m extremely hopeful that significant change is going to come.”

—Nyeema Watson, associate chancellor for civic engagement.

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