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Inclusion Programs Archives

Courageous Conversations: An ongoing series of discussions open to the AU community

APRIL EVENTS

Achieving Justice for Girls: Ending the Sexual Abuse to Prison Pipeline for Young Women and Girls in the U.S.
Sponsor: American University Library

SPA Latino Scholars Speakers Series: "Latino Millennials to the Rescue? Climate Change (Dis)Belief in the United States and the Future of Environmental Policy"
Sponsor: Center for Congressional and Presidential Studies, School of Public Affairs

Film Screening: The Age of Consequences
Sponsors: College of Arts and Sciences, School of Communication, School of International Service

Redefining Our Place in the World
Sponsors: Office of Development and Alumni Relations, Kogod School of Business

Film Screening: Who is Dayani Cristal?
Sponsors: School of Communication, AFL-CIO, DC Labor Fest

Migration and the City: Poetry, Music, Politics in Washington, DC
Sponsor: University Honors Program

 

MARCH EVENTS

Mass Deportation, Disposable Labor and Global Capitalism 
Sponsor: College of Arts & Sciences

Books That Shaped America: And the Band Played On; Politics, People, and the AIDS Epidemic
Sponsor: American University Library

An Evening with Filmmaker Stanley Nelson A Conversation on Experiences of Race and Racial Identity Through Film
Sponsor: American University Library

Exploring Social Justice Series: Building Community: Making Change
Sponsor: American University Library, Center for Diversity and Inclusion and Kay Spiritual Life Center

Interfaith Chapel Service: The Importance of Community
Sponsor: Kay Spiritual Life Center

CRGC Signal Event: Islamophobia
Sponsor: Critical Race, Gender, and Culture Studies Colloborative

FEBRUARY EVENTS

Long Road to Hard Truth with the Honorable Robert L. Wilkins
Sponsors: WCL Black Law Student Association & Office of Diversity Services

Exploring Disability: Access, Identity, and Inclusion
Sponsor: Center for Diversity and Inclusion

Hate Rising Film Screening and Panel Discussion with Director Catherine Tambini
Sponsor: School of Communication, Center for Latin American and Latino Studies and the Center for Diversity and Inclusion

The Half-Life of Freedom: Jelani Cobb
Sponsor: College of Arts & Sciences

Being LGBTQ in the Workplace
Sponsors: Kogod School of Business and Office of Development and Alumni Relations

JANUARY EVENTS

Teach, Organize, Engage: A Forum on Contemporary Politics & the Future
Sponsors: AU Faculty Senate, AU Staff Council & AU Student Government

Interfaith Chapel Service: A Service of Reflection on Dr. King’s Message
Sponsor: Kay Spiritual Life

The Diversity Blues: Reframing the Diversity Agenda at HWCUs featuring Professor Eduardo Bonilla-Silva
Sponsor: College of Arts & Sciences

A Community Dialogue: Empowering Hope & Change
Sponsor: Center for Diversity & Inclusion

Newtown Film Screening
Sponsors: AU Democrats, School of Communication

Islamophobia in Post-Election America
Sponsor: School of International Service Diversity & Inclusion

Not a Time for Silence: Personal Reflections on a Nation in Transition
Sponsor: College of Arts & Sciences

Invisible Hands: Jornaleros An exhibit featuring day laborers as photographers of their own everyday lives
Sponsors: Katzen Arts Center, Department of World Languages and Cultures, Studio Art Program, Department of Art

Student Activism: Racial Fatigue and Trauma
Sponsor: Center for Diversity and Inclusion

2016 R. Bruce Poynter Lecture: Living the Muslim-American Experience in 2016
Sponsor: Kay Spiritual Life

Beyond Homophobia: Diversity & Inclusion in Queer Communities
Sponsor: American University Library and Critical Race, Gender and Culture Studies Collaborative

Making it Work: Gender, Creativity, and Entrepreneurship in Hip Hop Culture
Sponsors: Office of Campus Life, Center for Diversity and Inclusion, Words Beats & Life, Middle East Studies Program, Department of Music

Race and Racism in American International Relations
Sponsor: Intercultural and International Communication Program

Class & Campus Life: Managing & Experiencing Inequality at an Elite College
Sponsor: Campus Life & Dean of Academic Affairs

The Creative Process of Bringing Truth to Power: The Art of the Black Panthers & AFRICOBRA
Sponsor: AU Museum/Alper Initiative

The 2016 Election: What is at Stake, Who Decides & How We Get to Full Participation
Sponsor: AU Library

Riffing on the Legacy of the Black Arts Movement
Sponsor: AU Museum/Alper Initiative

Theatre on the Front Lines
Sponsor: Department of Anthropology

Latina(os) and the Upcoming Election
Sponsor: College of Arts & Sciences

The Free Speech Debate & the Classroom: What We Need to Consider
Sponsor: CTRL

Hope Against the Evidence: The Underside of Resistance Politics in Palestine
Sponsor: Department of Anthropology

A Conversation with Lonnie Bunch about the National Museum of African American History and Culture

Gasping for Air: Student Readings and a Conversation about Race and Social Justice

Exploring Social Justice Series

KPU Presents: The Roots of Black Lives Matter with Patrisse Cullors

The You that You Can Create: Personal Stories of Identity, Difference and Power

Gasping for Air Book Launch and Reading: SOC Students Write Letters about Race, Social Justices and Policing in America

Amaney Jamal Presents: Race and the Muslim Americans: "Us" and "Them"

Panel and Networking Session for Multicultural Students

Despite the Best Intentions: How Racial Inequality Thrives in Good Schools

Arts Management Spring Colloquium: Addressing Funding Inequities for Arts Organizations of Color

Men of Empowerment and Excellence Present: Lift as we Climb - AU Black Male Summit


Center for Diversity & Inclusion Fall 2015 Workshop Focused on Race, Culture & Climate

Our Campus Experience: A Conversation for Students of Color at AU

AU Latino Student Summit

Unmasking Your Privilege Workshops

Intergroup Dialogue Groups

Creating Inclusive Communities Workshop

Teach-in for Justice: Civil Rights and the 21st Century, Part 2

Teach-in for Justice: Civil Rights and the 21st Century

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Week - January 2015