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Milton Hershey School Expert’s Advice on Constructive Conversations and Mutual Respect

Featuring Fonati Abrokwa, Special Assistant to the President for Diversity and Inclusion

Fonati Abrokwa ’01, MHS Special Assistant to the President for Diversity and Inclusion, shared tips with ABC27 on how to have constructive conversations about politics that are grounded in mutual respect.

Engaging students in meaningful conversation is important and appropriate. Research shows that learning environments comprised of students from diverse backgrounds provide an enhanced educational experience.

Milton Hershey School Fonati Abrokwa ’01, diversity and inclusion thought leader shares tips on constructive converstaions

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