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Diversity Council Releases A Summary of Kim Norton's Oasis of Peace Conversations

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Public Pinned Report by Diversity Council
Last modified: December 24, 2016

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From Kim Norton's Nov 22, 2016 Oasis for Peace meeting, Diversity Council has released a summary of salient points brought up in the meeting.

 

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From Kim Norton's Nov 22, 2016 Oasis for Peace meeting, Diversity Council has released a summary of salient points brought up in the meeting.

 

 

 

 


 

 

  

 

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