Emporia State University has two diversity-related activities taking place Thursday.
The university is the host site for the Diversity Leadership Summit for muticultural high school students. Several breakout sessions are seven speakers are planned, including ESU graduates LaToya Green and Clarissa Carrillo Martinez.
Over 500 high school students will be on campus for the summit.
Also, Alabama history professor Dr. David Beito is giving Emporia State's first Governance, Law and Economics Lecture. Beito's topic is about "T.R.M. Howard: Doctor, Entrepreneur, Civil Rights Pioneer." Howard was a civil rights leader, leader of fraternal organizations and a surgeon.
The talk is at 6 pm at Visser Hall Room 118. It's free and open to the public.