CommUNITY Dialogue Series

Share your thoughts. Hear from others. Build CommUNITY.

The CommUNITY Dialogue Series is a campus-wide monthly opportunity for UNCG students to build relationships across difference while discussing hot topics related to diversity and inclusion affecting our UNCG community.

Spring 2021 Schedule of CommUNITY Dialogues

Here is the Zoom link for all dialogues!

Accomplice vs Allyship

Exploring the meaning of supporting a community that is not your own, and analyzing why using a different word may be more effective.

Environmental Social Justice

This CommUNITY Dialogue will be examining what environmental injustice looks like and how it impacts everyday citizens.

Appropriating Black Culture in Mainstream America

Join KaleidoSCOPE for a conversation about the influence of appropriating Black culture in mainstream American culture and its impact.

Discussing Movement Plagiarism

This CommUNITY Dialogue will be discussing how counterreactions to social justice movements negate steps towards equity.

Addressing Equitable Access

This CommUNITY Dialogue will be discussing the importance of equitable resources related to accessibility

Addressing the Effects of Femicide  

This CommUNITY Dialogue will be acknowledging the violence committed against women solely because of their gender identity.

Performative Activism

This CommUNITY Dialogue will be unpacking performative activism and its effects on social justice movements.

What is Inclusive Feminism?

This CommUNITY Dialogue will be unpacking the concept of inclusive feminism and how to be an advocate for it.

Addressing Dietary Options

This CommUNITY Dialogue will be unpacking dietary options and how accessible they are.

Unpacking Colorism

This CommUNITY Dialogue will be addressing the historical significance and impact of colorism on communities of color.

Unpacking the Stigmas of Masculinity

This CommUNITY Dialogue will be examining the stigmas and stereotypes rooted in masculinity.

For more information or disability accommodations, contact Amberlina Alston (analston@uncg.edu) or 336.334.5090