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Dr. Stoner-Harris to be Honored at YWCA Quad Cities Race Against Racism

In the Media | 06.21.20

Chicago Campus Assistant Professor Tiffany Stoner-Harris, Ph.D., will be honored in the YWCA Quad Cities Race Against Racism event on October 24, 2020 in Rock Island, Illinois. The event recognizes Quad-Citians for their efforts to stand up against racism.

Stoner-Harris was nominated for her dedication to her students and her social justice advocacy.

“As a Counselor Educator and licensed counselor, I am trained to be a socially responsible person, which includes examining systems, policies, practices, and actions through both a multicultural and social justice lens, and taking action to create equity and inclusion,” Stoner-Harris said. “My belief is ignoring or excusing racism is condoning it, and I personally am not comfortable ignoring or excusing issues of injustice.”

Read The Rock Island Dispatch-Argus article, “20 Quad-Citians will be honored for their stands against racism. Meet the Race Against Racism honorees.”

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