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, inclusion, and other current events affecting our UNCG community.

Spring 2018 Schedule

(Location for all dialogues is EUC 062- Office of Intercultural Engagement Resource Room)

Attend 3 or more dialogues this semester for a chance to win a gift card!!

 

Fridays – 1:30pm-2:30pm
Tuesdays  – 5:30pm-6:30pm

January 19 – Have we reached the mountaintop yet?

(exploring themes addressed in Martin Luther King Jr’s final speech, “I’ve been to the Mountaintop”)

February 16 – Black and Biracial

(exploring the experiences and perceptions of individuals who identify as biracial)

March 16, 12-2pm (collaboration with Ashby Dialogues) – Fake News, Real Impact

(exploring the media’s portrayal of HB 2 & its impact on LGBTQ+ communities)

April 3

Too Taboo to Talk about (exploring controversial topics like sexual assault, mental health stigma, and other topics not openly discussed with friends and family)

February 6 – Am I Black Enough?

(exploring stereotypes, microaggressions, and the various ways Black identity is experienced)

March 20 – You’re too old?…young?…

(exploring the difference between adultism and ageism and how these forms of oppression show up in society)

April 20 – Sexism in Hip-Hop

(exploring sexism and misogyny in hip-hop lyrics and music videos)

 

 

 

For more information or disability accommodations, contact carla.fullwood@uncg.edu or 336.334.5090