Columbia University has announced it will hold six multicultural virtual graduation ceremonies segregated by race, sexuality, and income level.
According to the University’s website, ceremonies will be held virtually due to the coronavirus pandemic, for Black, Latino, Native American, and Asian students. Another ceremony called an “FLI Graduation” will be held for first-generation or low-income students and a “Lavender” ceremony will be held for LGBTQ+ students.
“Complementing our school- and University-wide ceremonies, these events provide a more intimate setting for students and guests to gather, incorporate meaningful cultural traditions and celebrate the specific contributions and achievements of their communities,” the registration page stated.
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