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1989: OU Affirmative Action

According to May 10th Board of Trustees Meeting minutes, Dr. John De Carlo, Vice President of Government Affairs, motioned the Board to approve an affirmative action policy that would facilitate diversity among the University's staff and faculty. The motion was approved.  


1990: Mission: Unity

Mission: Unity, consisting of students, staff, and alumni, was formed to discuss racial issues. Marc Allen Payne, a senior, was its founding president. The organization was later renamed Cross-roads. (11 July 1990 Board of Trustees minutes).


1992: Origins of OU Center for Multicultural Initiatives

Oakalnd U. protestors want minority postApproximately 150 African-American students conduct a sit-in at President Sandra Packard's office, in protest of lack of an office for minority affairs. This action results in the creation of an Office for Minority Equity a year later. Glenn McIntosh is appointed Director In January 1994 (OU Senate Minutes, January 13, 1994). OME is later renamed the Center for Multicultural Initiatives.

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