The UNM Office for Equity & Inclusion presents a "UNM Talking Circle" on "Obama, Osama, Geronimo & Mejía: Interrupting Nationalism & Racism as National Security," Wednesday, May 11 from 12-1:30 p.m. in the UNM Student Union Building Mirage/Thunderbird rooms on the third floor.

The recent announcements about the United States military finding and killing Osama bin Laden, naming the operation after an Apache leader and highlighting a Mexican immigrant's involvement as a U.S. soldier provide an opportunity to dialogue about how to interrupt nationalism and racism as national security.

Dr. Lloyd Lee from Native American Studies, Dr. Jamal Martin from Africana Studies and others facilitate this dialogue which is open to students, faculty, staff and community.

Email OEI for more information.