The Harvard Foundation for Intercultural and Race Relations
was founded in 1981 by the President
and Deans of Harvard University
to improve relations among racial and ethnic groups at the University.
The Harvard Foundation sponsors activities to promote interracial and intercultural awareness in the Harvard community that range from student-led discussions on issues regarding diversity
to ceremonies that highlight the multicultural
contributions of people within and beyond Harvard
The current and founding director of the Foundation is Dr. S. Allen Counter, who leads an administrative coordinator, a programming fellow, and a team of student interns.
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