Outsiders may believe that CU-Boulder's student body is monochromatic and diversity-free. But I, Too, Am CU, an amazing tumblr and Facebook campaign, proves otherwise. Organized in part by members of the African Students' Association (and inspired by similar efforts at Harvard, Oxford and Iowa), the project is wide-ranging, with students from a slew of underrepresented groups holding up signs intended to highlight and, with luck, undermine stereotypes about them. Check out eye-opening, empowering samples below. Continue to see more photos from the I, Too, Am CU campaign. Continue to see more photos from the I, Too, Am CU campaign. Continue to see more photos from the I, Too, Am CU campaign. Continue to see more photos from the I, Too, Am CU campaign. Disclosure: My daughters, who attend CU-Boulder, are also participants in I, Too, AM CU.
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More from our Education archive circa June 2013: "CU diversity survey: Does university live up to its goals?"
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