Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum, a famed clinical psychologist and educator, paid MCSP students and staff a very special visit this past Sunday evening. Earning her Masters and Doctoral degrees at the University of Michigan, Dr. Tatum served as president of Spelman College from 2002 to 2015. She is the author of several renowned books in the field of race and education, including "Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria" And Other Conversations About Race. She shared her thoughts on race and multiculturalism in education with the MCSP community, dialoguing with students on "Creating a Just, Multicultural Community." As a pioneer in this area of research, Dr. Tatum's work is consistently used in MCSP courses and workshops to teach students about diversity and racial equality. MCSP was very fortunate and honored for her visit, and strives to spread her insights across the greater community. Thank you, Dr. Tatum!