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Office for Multicultural Affairs

Fall 2013 Reading Group

Incognito: an American Odyssey of Race and Self-Discovery by Michael Fosberg

This book depicts the struggles and triumphs of Michael Fosberg, a young actor in Chicago, as he encounters surprising discoveries about his family roots in his search for his biological father.
The first ten to sign up will receive a free book. Please feel free to bring your own lunch.

When: Every other Monday from 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. beginning Sept. 16, 2013.

  • Sept. 16, pages 1-54
  • Sept. 30, pages 55-95
  • Oct. 14, pages 96-144
  • Oct. 28, pages 145-212
  • Nov. 11, pages 213-271
  • Nov. 25, pages 272-317, potluck lunch
Where: President's Conference Room, Spoelhof Center 382
RSVP: Please RSVP by September 1 by using the RSVP form below
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April "Talking Points"

It is our pleasure to offer Talking Points, a monthly newsletter from the Office for Multicultural Affairs. The purpose of Talking Points is to keep the Calvin community, and our stakeholders, abreast of the activities of the Office for Multicultural Affairs and to provide “talking points” about the campus’ progress toward becoming a campus that is anti-racist, multicultural, accountable, and reconciling.

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