The Safe Space Program seeks to create a safer and more inclusive campus environment for all members of the campus community by reducing heterosexism, homophobia, and transphobia. Through the training program and the display of Safe Space placards & buttons the program creates a visible and supportive network of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and ally members of the campus community who ...more
Sister Circle Monthly Dialogue: “Supporting Women of Color at AU”
Butler Board Room
Sister Circle is an opportunity for women of color at AU to have a safe space to discuss various topics in a supportive environment - one in which women can reflect on the issues, share their experiences, listen to each other, and think about how to improve their own lives and their communities.
Through this workshop, you will develop a better understanding of your own multiple identities, explore personal experiences you have had with privilege and oppression, and critically evaluate how we are socialized to adopt beliefs that maintain harmful attitudes and behaviors in U.S. society. Join us to learn what you can do to break negative patterns of socialization and learn strategies to ...more
Israeli/Palestinian Conflict: A Community Dialogue
Abramson Family Founders Room, SIS Building
Join the AU community for a campus dialogue on the Israeli/Palestinian Conflict. The dialogue will be facilitated by trained faculty, students, and alumni with a focus on sharing out personal experiences on the issue. All are welcome to attend.
The CDI LGBTQ Programming Board supports LGBTQ programming through the Center for Diversity & Inclusion including Rainbow Speakers Bureau, Spectrum, the Coming Out Monologues, and the DC LGBT Symposium. This retreat is for current board members.