Workshop: Interrupting Racism

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Interrupting Racism at Washington University

You are passionate about diversity and inclusion issues and have undergone some basic training.  The question is, now what?  The Campus Diversity Collaborative invites you to  join us for a special opportunity for advanced skill-building and worthwhile cross-campus dialogue. The customized morning session will be conducted by NCCJ St. Louis, a leader in promoting inclusion for all people.  The CDC will provide lunch and have facilitated discussion to reflect on the training and learn about each other’s efforts to promote a more inclusive Washington University.

Tuesday June 19, 2018
8:30am-12:30pm  NCCJ  Interrupting Racism training
12:40-1:30pm  Lunch provided by the CDC and facilitated dialogue
Mudd Multipurpose Room, South 40, Danforth Campus

RSVP is required

Space is limited to 25 people so please only register if you have serious intention of committing the time.  Please fill out this brief application form by Wed. June 13 and we will notify you of next steps.

Questions?  Please contact Robin Hattori at rhattori@wustl.edu