“Hyphenated American” panel discussion

“Latino or Hispanic, Black or African-American, Asian or Pacific Islander, Native-American or Indian American…” Do these labels truly describe who people are? The American Intercultural Center hosted the first of six fall-semester panel discussions on Tuesday (Sept. 22, 2009) to open dialogue about the meaning behind these descriptors and how they shape our thoughts and identities.

Photos by Kimberly Vlies,
Office of Marketing and University Communication

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