Texas Tech University

Deeply Rooted Conversation Series

Deeply Rooter Conversations Series

Through critical reflection, personal, and community actions, the Deeply Rooted Conversations series creates a space for faculty, staff, students and community members to learn about topics related to social injustice, privilege, diversity and inclusion to work towards social transformation within everyone's work on and off campus. The series is for learners and educators at all levels that are committed to creating inclusive and equitable spaces on campus and beyond.

Sessions are offered once per month in 90-120 minute sessions. Certain sessions will build on previous topics. Recordings will be made available for those not able to attend previous sessions.

Upcoming Sessions

Deeply Rooted Conversations: White Fragility
March 26, 2021
2pm-4pm, Via Zoom
Registration link to follow

Deeply Rooted Conversations: Allyship & Co-Conspirators
April 19, 2021
2-4pm, Via Zoom
Registration link to follow

Previous Sessions

  • February 2021 - Deeply Rooted Conversations: Racial Battle Fatigue

Planning Committee

  • Dr. Debra Lavender-Bratcher
    Assistant Professor of Practice
    TTU-Social Work
  • Jade Silva Tovar, M.Ed.
    Senior Director
    Division of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
  • Mica Curtis-Wilson, M.Ed.
    Assistant Director
    Mentor Tech, Division of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
  • Charles Ramey II, M.S.
    Graduate Vice President
    TTU Student Government Association

Contact

Mica Curtis-Wilson
Assistant Director

Division of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion