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Pitt and Student Government Board held the roundtable event “COVID-19, Intersectionality and Mental Health” on Tuesday.

‘A difficult time for us all’: Panel discusses mental health during COVID-19 pandemic, racial justice movement

By Alex Nieves, For The Pitt News October 9, 2020
Camille Interligi, lead clinician for multicultural outreach from the University Counseling Center, said at a Monday roundtable that the concept of mental health itself — especially in regards to mental illness — is a racist and patriarchal construct.
Clyde Pickett, a 2017 graduate of the School of Education, was appointed as the University’s vice chancellor of diversity and inclusion in June.

Pitt alum takes over as diversity chief at ‘pivotal moment’

By Katie Sottile, Staff Writer August 18, 2020
Clyde Pickett, a 2017 graduate of Pitt’s School of Education, was appointed as the University’s vice chancellor of diversity and inclusion in June.
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