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Building Campus Inclusion Week: Home

Building Campus Inclusion Resources

This guide provides resources recommended by panelists presenting throughout Building Campus Inclusion Week, September 14 - 18 2020. 

Building Campus Inclusion Week includes daily zoom panels and presentations around the following themes.

  • Monday, September 14: What COVID-19 exposed: Insecurities and divides 
  • Tuesday, September 15: Intersectionality as concept & practice
  • Wednesday, September 16: Justice in different forms: Environmental Justice, Food Justice, & Restorative Justice presentations
  • Thursday, September 17: Antiracism as concept & practice
  • Friday, September 18: Interventions & Allyship

The fifth annual campus inclusion week is a virtual experience renamed Building Campus Inclusion Week, to reflect our ongoing commitment to creating an inclusive campus welcoming to all.

This event was organized by the Popel Shaw Center for Race & Ethnicity, with participation by several Dickinson departments and administrative offices.

* Wednesday, September 23: Continue the Conversation

Building Campus Inclusion Week is not over—it was just the beginning! Campus community members who participated in Building Campus Inclusion Week events, including the Clarke Forum’s YouTube Live events on September 15 & 17, are invited to join for “Continue the Conversation.” After signing into Zoom attendees can share their overall experience with the Week in facilitated breakout rooms. They will also be able to select a breakout room to discuss one of the week’s themes, including post COVID U.S. inequities, intersectionality, social justice, antiracism, and allyship.  

Co-sponsored by The Popel Shaw Center for Race & Ethnicity and the Clarke Forum for Contemporary Issues. 
Wednesday, September 23, 5:30-6:30 pm (EST) 
Zoom link: https://dickinson.zoom.us/j/620773843

Monday, September 14: What COVID-19 exposed: Insecurities and divides