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    CERRU OP-ED: Burst your Media Bubble

    Besides the copy of The Knight News you’re holding in your hands right now, where do you get your news? How you answer this question matters a lot, as all of us learned the day we met Annafi Wahed. On February 26 during free hour, the founder of “The Flipside,” came to speak at “Burst Your Media Bubble,” an event hosted by the QC Center for Ethnic, Racial and Religious Understanding.   “The Flipside” is a daily email newsletter, that sends subscribers news summaries on trending headlines, with both liberal and conservative perspectives. During the event, Wahed shared her story on what inspired her to create an organization which opens…

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    Meet CERRU: Building spaces where different voices can co-exist

    The Center for Ethnic, Racial, and Religious Understanding (CERRU) is a diversity training and education center that focuses on nonviolent communication techniques and undoing bias. We host frequent events during the year that build spaces to have divisive conversations, build collaboration, and explore identity. Our two year-long fellowships, Undoing Bias & Social Organizing, are already underway for this year but you can look out for applications in the spring for fall 2018. For those interested in getting an introduction to our trainings and tools, we have a Conversations for Engagement Certificate where students participate in 4 workshops and attend two dialogue or action based events as well as submit a…