Metanoia 2017: Confronting Racism Together

Mark Overmyer-Velázquez, director of UConn Hartford, welcomes attendees at a Metanoia session on 'Islamophobia: A Form of Racism' at the Hartford Public Library. (Sean Flynn/UConn Photo)
Members of the UConn community at campuses across the state took part in this year's Metanoia events on the theme of racism. Here, Mark Overmyer-Velázquez, director of UConn Hartford, welcomes attendees at a Metanoia session on 'Islamophobia: A Form of Racism' at the Hartford Public Library. (Sean Flynn/UConn Photo)

Members of the UConn community at campuses across the state took part in this year’s Metanoia events on the theme of racism. Nov. 8 was designated as a day of reflection, learning, sharing, and transformation focused on confronting racism in the University, the state, and the nation.