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April 8, 2022
An icon graphic representing A Culture of Inclusion from the Beyond Boundries Strategic PlanCampus Ministry will host a Soup with Substance on Monday, April 11, at noon in AMU 163. 
Students from Dr. Laurieann Klockow’s Department of Biomedical Science course, titled “Outbreak, Epidemics, and Pandemics,” will present their research around the inequity and justice issues of the COVID-19 pandemic in Milwaukee.  
This is an in-person event, but you can also attend virtually. Sign up to receive the link to the live stream.  
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