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Uncovered by WDRB News


Oct 27, 2020

University of Louisville President Neeli Bendapudi has elevated the concept of 'anti-racism', even adding the words to U of L's official mandate. But what precisely does anti-racism mean to her? And what will U of L actually do differently to become a 'premier anti-racist metropolitan research university'? On this episode, WDRB.com reporters Chris Otts and Katrina Helmer discuss their recent in-depth story on the initiative, with extended clips of interviews with Bendapudi, U of L's Pan African Studies chairman Ricky Jones and others.

Background: 'Anti-racism' is 'where the world is going,' University of Louisville president says