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Privilege, Power and Leadership
Location: Campus Center 306
Join Interim Campus Community & Services Coordinator, Maile Boggeln, as she presents Privilege, Power & Leadership and "What does Privilege mean to you?" "How does it affect our lives?" "Does it matter to you as a student and as a person of society?" Take part in this session to learn more about yourself and the feelings you may have as you venture into the different realms of privilege. This training session is part of the Ka Lama Ku Student Leadership Series sponsored by the Campus Center Student Leadership Development Program and the Campus Center Fee Board.
Special Restrictions: The Certificate of Leadership is available only to UH Hilo students with a validated UH Hilo validated student ID.
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