Join UNC Charlotte Dean of Students, Dr. Christine Reed Davis, for a message of care for yourselves and each other during the coronavirus pandemic. Dean Davis addresses six reflection questions to help keep us grounded in the face of uncertainty, how to confront racial and ethnic harassment and bias, and the importance of upholding our values and supporting each other as Niners during these challenging times.
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