4:30-6:30 pm | Page Commons | RSVP
This dinner will serve as the first of a series of conversations outlined in response to bias-related events that happened in the fall semester. As such, this MLK event is designed to encourage community engagement about how we can create a more equitable and inclusive campus culture. In the spirit of this year’s theme, the MLK Community Dinner and Conversation will focus on accountability, responsibility, and healing. The program will include opening remarks by President Greene and a member of the Committee on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, followed by a table discussion over a family-style meal. The discussions will be guided by questions crafted by community members and facilitated by trained teams of student leaders paired with faculty and/or staff members. RSVP required.