Members of Rock Chalk Invisible Hawk, a group of students that formed to protest the lack of diversity, equity and fair treatment of minority groups at the University of Kansas, staged a protest during a discussion on race and diversity led by KU Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little last fall.
Members of Rock Chalk Invisible Hawk, a group of students that formed to protest the lack of diversity, equity and fair treatment of minority groups at the University of Kansas, staged a protest during a discussion on race and diversity led by KU Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little last fall. File photo
Members of Rock Chalk Invisible Hawk, a group of students that formed to protest the lack of diversity, equity and fair treatment of minority groups at the University of Kansas, staged a protest during a discussion on race and diversity led by KU Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little last fall. File photo

KU’s diversity, equity and inclusion need improvement, report says

April 29, 2016 12:02 PM