Dr. Nicole Brown, Class of 1999, recalls her days as a leader of the Black Student Union, lessons learned from the corporate world and goals as the Director of Multicultural Affairs. She further relates examples of IWU’s lack of progress on lasting change with regard to hiring and retaining Black faculty. In each portion of her IWU affiliations, Brown recalls the achievements and frustrations she experienced.
personal narrative, Interview, Alumni
Education | Race and Ethnicity | Sociology
Brown '99, Nicole and Miner, Meg, "Nicole Brown" (2017). All oral histories. 78.
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