Clarke Library to host walking tours of race, gender history at CMU

Students and their families tour campus through the Fabiano Botanical Gardens, Friday, April 9.

The Clarke Historical Library, the Department of Educational Leadership and the Mary Ellen Brandell Volunteer Center are collaborating to lead narrated walking tours on the history of race and gender at Central Michigan University. 

There will be three tours, one on Sept. 28 at 4 p.m. and two on Sept. 29 at 3 p.m. and 4 p.m.

Archivist for University Digital Records, Bryan Whitledge, from the Clarke Historical Library will lead participants on a one-hour tour through CMU's history of race and gender starting at the John G. Kulhavi Events Center and ending at the university seal near Warriner Hall. 

At the end of the tours, CMU student leaders will guide participants through a reflection activity.

To register for the event, students can log in to to Engage Central and select the date and time of their choosing.