FRAMINGHAM – Today, December 13, Framingham State University will hold two events to combat the racial incidents that have happened on campus this semester.
At 1:30 p.m. outside at Memorial Grove on campus, there will be a non-denominational healing service.
“This brief service is for our community to come together during this difficult time of racial incidents that have plagued the campus,” said Millie González, Framingham State’s Interim Chief Officer of Diversity, Inclusion & Community Engagement.
Tonight at 6, there will be a student-led listening session. Students will talk about their experiences on campus, said Gonzalez.