Thursday March 11, 6:00-8:00pm
Thursday March 18, 6:00-8:00pm
This dialogue provides the opportunity for faculty, staff, and students to discuss, share experiences, and ask questions about race. There are two opportunities to attend: Thursday March 11 or Thursday March 18.
Given the immense amount of diversity on the UConn campus, it is important to engage in meaningful dialogues about race and racism. It is up to college campuses to respond to, engage, and reflect the diversity of their students. This workshop provides the opportunity for faculty, staff, and students to discuss, share experiences, and ask questions about race on campus. This session focuses on the barriers of creating a more diverse and accepting university as well as discussing concrete steps that we might take as a community, as an institution, and as individuals to combat racism and build a more diverse and inclusive campus environment.
To attend the event on March 11 please register here:
Co-hosted by the Democracy & Dialogues Initiative of the Dodd Human Rights Impact and UConn’s Office for Diversity and Inclusion. Contact Dialogues@uconn.edu with any questions.