Diversity Dialogue Series
The Equity and Campus Diversity Office was honored to host a series of Diversity Dialogues this year.
Created by Lavere Foster, this 5-part campus-wide Fall 2013 series focused on the topics of sexuality, disability, gender, socioeconomic status, and race. It became a collaborative effort with faculty members (i.e. Dr.'s Kreig, Stewart), student academic and social clubs (i.e., Sociology, NAACP), campus departments (Disability Services Office), as well as community-based organizations (i.e., Disability Museum, Gay Pride Alliance).
The slideshow above features snapshots from our fifth dialogue, Race: Are We So Different?, that took place in the Campbell Student Union Assembly Hall on December 5, 2013.
We appreciate the vision Lavere shared with our campus and believe his work invoked important dialogues around these various social identities. Please join us in wishing the best of luck to Lavere in his future endeavors.