DULUTH - The importance of diversity on campuses, in communities and at workplaces was discussed Thursday night at the University of Minnesota Duluth.
The chairman of the university's Diversity Commission said its part of a forum for educators, students and the community to discuss diversity issues and see how to work together to improve inclusivity and multiculturalism.
"It's an ongoing process. One of the speakers described it as diversity is not a chapter of a book, diversity is the entire book," said Chris Davila, the chairman of UMD's Diversity Commission.
Officials say discussions like the forum at UMD are part of the ongoing process toward improving one's self.