Deeply Rooted Conversation 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.
Check back soon for 2021 - 2022 Deeply Rooted Conversarion Topics!
- January 2021 - Deeply Rooted Conversations: Ani-Blackness & Anti-Racism
- February 2021 - Deeply Rooted Conversations: Racial Battle Fatigue
- March 2021 - Deeply Rooted Conversations: White Privilege, White Fragility, and Allyship
- April 2021 - Deeply Rooted Conversations: Allyship and Co-Conspirators
- May 2021 - Deeply Rooted Conversations: Inclusion in the Workplace
- June 2021 - Deeply Rooted Conversations: Queer and Transgender People of Color
2021 - 2022 Planning Team Coming Soon!
Director - Raider Education