Doyle Conversations about Anti-Racism in Higher Education: Session Fourteen
April 18, 2023
12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. EDT
Location: Car Barn Room 315 and via Zoom Map
This spring, the Doyle Engaging Difference Program will resume hosting the Doyle Conversations on Anti-Racism in Higher Education series for the third consecutive year. These conversations are spaces to discuss and design a more anti-racist campus. This year’s series theme was catalyzed by findings from the campus climate survey and the ensuing highlight reports created from it. The Doyle Conversations will now continue with the aim of supporting work around the Learning, Equity, Access, and Pedagogy Initiative (LEAP), a new program that assists academic departments and programs across Georgetown in strategic planning to examine and strengthen their approaches to inclusive teaching and learning.
The Doyle Program is partnering with the Baker Trust for Transformative Learning to invite faculty, staff, and students to join us for the Wednesday, April 12 performance of Here I Am, written and performed by Mélisande Short-Colomb, a GU272 Descendant, and presented by Georgetown’s Laboratory for Global Performance and Politics, followed by a post-play dialogue.
As part of our Doyle Conversations on Anti-Racism in Higher Education series, we will host a post-play dialogue on Tuesday, April 18 from 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. in Car Barn 315 or via Zoom. We have secured a limited number of tickets for the April 12 performance, or you can get your own through this link.
Please complete this Google Form to indicate your interest in joining us for the performance on April 12 and the post-play dialogue on April 18. Space is limited. Lunch will be served for those who join us in person on April 18. Doyle Conversations are restricted to Georgetown University students, faculty, and staff.
This conversation series is sponsored by Georgetown University's Doyle Engaging Difference Program, jointly administered by the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs and the Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship (CNDLS), and the Red House.
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