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Bourdieu event hosts several panelists included U-M sociology professor George Steinmetz
Upcoming Sociology graduate and SOUL student, Quantae Carr, is this year's virtual commencement student speaker.
Department of Sociology Statement in Support of a Diverse and Just Community
The University of Michigan is committed to an environment that values and respects people of all races, socioeconomic and educational backgrounds, gender identities, sexual orientations, cultural backgrounds, religions, abilities, ages, and nationalities. The Department of Sociology embraces and values diversity as it makes our department and discipline excellent in its scholarship, teaching, and service to the campus and communities beyond.
As a community, we oppose all expressions of bigotry and hate. We are proud of and support our community members who have been standing up against recent expressions of bigotry, racism, white supremacy, and hatred on our campus. We support the many measures that have been proposed by students and others around campus to move us toward the goal of a diverse, just, and inclusive campus.'