Together with teachers and students, Kevin Grawer, Principal of Maplewood Richmond Heights High School, has created a climate that encourages teachers to facilitate conversations about race and a building culture that affirms this as a core part of the education students receive. Come join us to learn from a local school that has navigated a deep […]
Java & Justice “Beyond Identity Literacy: Identity Affirmation, Resilience and Collective Care” The dialogue on campus around recent instances of injustice and violence can be exhausting and frustrating at best and traumatic at worst. Come to this week’s Java & Justice for drinks, snacks and a safe place to process feelings and thoughts.
In Conversation with Black Arts, Black Lives seeks to extend conversations with artists, scholars, and activists whose work advances black humanity through the study and practice of art. Shamell Bell is a mother, community organizer, choreographer and PhD student in Culture and Performance at UCLA’s World Arts and Cultures/Dance. Bell received her M.A. in Ethnic […]
The Missouri Chapter of the National Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education (MODOHE) is hosting it’s 2nd Annual Meeting at Washington University in St. Louis on October 16-17th. The meeting will consist of several professional development sessions on critical issues, a chance to network with local and regional colleagues, and time to convene as […]
In Conversation with Black Arts, Black Lives seeks to extend conversations with artists, scholars, and activists whose work advances black humanity through the study and practice of art. The first lunch will be with artist-activist, De Nichols, is a cultural producer whose experiences, tools, and artworks highlight and confront pressing social injustices of our time. […]
Please join us for an informative discussion, facilitated by Professor David Cunningham (Sociology, WUSTL). Dr. Cunningham is the author of Klansville, U.S.A.: The Rise and Fall of the Civil Rights-Era KKK. Please RSVP to email@example.com by October 3rd.
Java & Justice: Thursday, Sept. 21, 6-7 pm Location: Lower Umrath, Room L916B (across from the First Year Center) Java & Justice is a bi-weekly program hosted by the Center for Diversity and Inclusion aimed at supporting the Wash U community through facilitated discussion regarding diversity, inclusion, equity, and justice. Over the past week, the […]
Date: Thursday, September 14th Time: 5-6pm Location: Center for Diversity and Incluision (DUC 330) Newsweek, CNN, and others have drawn attention to the upcoming verdict that will decide whether former Police Officer Jason Stockley will be found guilty of murder. Stockley fatally shot Anthony Lamar Smith five times on December 20, 2011. Sociology Professor Odis […]
Come check out our new digs! The Center for Diversity and Inclusion has relocated from the Olin Library to the Danforth University Center. Please join us on Tuesday, September 12th, between 3-5pm, as we host an open house to introduce ourselves to new members of the Wash U community, and show our new space to […]
Join the Center for Diversity and Inclusion and Campus Life for another engaging Reel Talk . This month’s discussion will be guided and facilitated by Dr. Emelyn dela Peña , Dean of the Center for Diversity and Inclusion and Associate Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs at Washington University in St. Louis. Refreshments will be provided. […]
The Psychology Graduate Student Diversity Committee and the Graduate Student Senate Diversity Committee have worked in tandem with the Center for Diversity and Inclusion to host a Graduate and Professional Student Diversity Happy Hour. We know there are many students interested in diversity and inclusion on both the Danforth and Medical campuses, and so we […]