Social cohesion dialogue tackles race, class, and gender in the United States

Join us for a special edition of “Horizonte.” Arizona State University’s Office of Inclusion and Community Engagement and its Center for the Study of Race and Democracy held its inaugural social cohesion dialogue featuring critically acclaimed authors Carol Anderson and Sarah Smarsh. Both have created literary works focusing on being a minority and poor in the United States.

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