INCLUSION

Fargo Amazon facility gets ready for business

"We're receiving our first item on September 19th."

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) –Fargo’s Amazon facility is getting ready to begin fulfilling orders. With the construction of the new facility complete, orders will soon be ready to be boxed up and shipped to their destinations. “We’re receiving our first item on September 19th. So, that’s when the building will open. We’ll have people in the building and start trying to…

UND task force releases diversity, inclusion recommendations

GRAND FORKS, N.D. (KVRR) – Following several months of discussions, the University of North Dakota’s Diversion and Inclusion Task Force has released a list of recommendations to promote a “welcoming, safe and inclusive campus.” According to UND, the report is the result of months of research and discussions conducted by the task force, a 27-member body comprising the Campus Community…

NDSU Asks For Student Input On How Campus Can Be More Inclusive

Students and members of faculty gave ideas that will be used to better diversity

FARGO, N.D. — NDSU’s The Nice Center and Office of Multicultural Programs hosts a workshop inviting students to create dialogue around diversity. The workshop, called NiceX, asks participants a series of questions, including how to create more opportunities for under represented students and how the school can celebrate and welcome more diversity. Some students says that what’s shown on NDSU’s…

Social Inclusion Class Welcomes All at Fargo North High School

Greeters shared high fives and held encouraging signs while dancing to music

FARGO, ND — The first day enrollment for the Fargo Public School District is up 175 students from last year at 11,440. At Fargo North, a group of high school students encouraged a positive, inclusive environment on the first day of classes. A dozen students from a social inclusion class got to school early to welcome kids in the school’s…

Fargo’s Mayor Mahoney Releases Statement on Racist Posters Found Downtown

Mayor Mahoney called these posters discriminatory and divisive

  FARGO, ND — Fargo Mayor Tim Mahoney says discriminatory posters circulating downtown do not represent the people of the city. Earlier this week, posters signed by The Flyovers which showed white supremacist beliefs were seen in a back alley by Wurst Bier Hall. Mayor Mahoney called these posters discriminatory and divisive. He says they do not value the city’s…