Dr. Merrill Irving Jr. Joins Panel on Racism and Policing, Emphasizing Commitment to Address Racial Injustice and Promote Constructive Dialogue

Mar 11, 2024

Dr. Merrill Irving Jr., President of Hennepin Technical College, participated as a panelist at Delaware County Community College, engaging in a discussion about racism and policing following the murder of George Floyd. The two-hour conversation covered a range of topics, including personal reactions to Floyd’s murder, actions required to address systemic racism, and hopeful prospects for the future. Dr. Irving’s participation highlighted his commitment to addressing racial injustice and promoting constructive dialogue within the community college setting. The panel provided an opportunity to reflect on the impact of Floyd’s death and explore pathways towards meaningful change in policing and racial equity.

Read more at: https://www.delcotimes.com/2020/07/28/dccc-forum-on-race-and-police-sees-better-days-ahead/

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