Interrace Forum to discuss terrorism
Observer Viewpoint | Monday, January 30, 2006
The February Interrace Forum sponsored by Multicultural Student Programs and Services titled Terrorism: Then and Now is addressing the perspective on domestic terrorist acts inflicted by supremacist groups such as the KKK and Arian Nation. Pro-nationalist groups like the Black Panthers have been labeled as such because of their tactics. Hence the discussion Wednesday will broaden the definition of terrorism to include those implemented by American citizens toward other Americans based on ethnic, racial and religious differences.
The Feb. 27 advertisement in no way reflects the beliefs of Professor Daniel Lindley nor the Office of Multicultural Student Programs and Services. An apology was extended for this reason and for those who may have been offended by the cutting edge approach.
Iris OutlawDirectorMulticultural Student Programs and ServicesJan. 29