University of Michigan-Dearborn apologizes for segregated virtual ‘cafes’

The University of Michigan-Dearborn is apologizing for hosting segregated online student “cafes” intended to spark discussions about race, saying they were never meant to be exclusionary.

University officials issued a mea culpa in a statement Wednesday, one day after the two separate virtual events were held via Zoom for “Black, Indigenous and People of Color” and another for “Non-POC” students.

“UM-Dearborn sincerely regrets the terms used to describe the ‘cafe’ events held…

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