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Milton kicked off Black History Month by welcoming a variety of speakers who participated in community events, including artist and educator Endia Beal, Women’s March organizer and diversity consultant Yavilah McCoy, and our own Osaremen Okolo ’13, who will share her Milton story and her path to working at the intersection of medicine, policy, and service as a Policy Advisor for Public Health and Equity in the White House. While Milton’s Department of Equity, Inclusion, and Justice will offer more than a dozen additional programs for the campus community throughout the month such as networking opportunities, affinity gatherings, film festivals, and dance performances, the department is working to amplify voices of color all year long via speaker programming, films, and conversation forums offered on campus. Be on the lookout for many of our community-wide engagement opportunities!