Open dialogue about the way active students on our campus do (and don’t) interact

Does our community live up to its ideals of progressiveness, political action, diversity and integration?

Come share a meal and participate in a conversation that addresses the segregation that exists within the community of active students on campus. We want to start talking about the divide between the Student of Color community and the White [Activist] or [Liberal] community, while also thinking about the other divisions that exist. We are here to be explicit, get the issues out and stop pretending they don’t exist. We hope this will be a chance to come together to think about how we can advocate for each other.

This event is for all students interested in making Wesleyan a more cohesive and integrated community. There will be food from Typhoon and dessert.

What: Open dialogue about the way active students on our campus do (and don’t) interact
When: Sat, Dec 11, 5-7pm
Where: Daniel Family Commons (3rd Floor of Usdan)
Who: All students interested in making Wesleyan a more cohesive and integrated community
Cost
: Free