During these extremely painful and disturbing times, our collaborative spaces allow us to practice strategic sense making to discover where practical hope and light reside in these shadow times for a Greater Good. — Dr. Raymond Reyes

You are invited to join our open and informal discussion.

Dr. Raymond Reyes, Associate Provost and Chief Diversity Officer, will hold an open, informal, virtual meeting space for students, staff and faculty to play conversational jazz with the community’s restless curiosity about what they are experiencing, thinking and feeling as it pertains to Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) related, current topics and issues. It is an opportunity to build community through reflecting on the extremely challenging, unprecedented times that surround us. This meeting time is an invitation to have generative conversations that address the need to ‘do something’ to contribute to social change.

Beginning August 5 2020, Three Wednesdays every month, from 12:10 p.m. to 1:10 p.m.,

For more information and the virtual Zoom link, please contact Dr. Reyes at reyes@gonzaga.edu.

“Isn't it amazing that we are all made in God's image, and yet there is so much diversity among his people?” -Desmond Tutu

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Gonzaga's Our Voices Journal of Culture and Diversity strives to shed light on the voices at GU that feel unheard or underrepresented. Share your story here.

We invite you to join the conversation at Gonzaga

From cultural clubs, to ally training, to intergroup dialogue sessions there are a myriad of ways to connect with others in our community and work together toward shared understanding and respect for everyone.

Diversity Conversations

How do you define diversity?

Gonzaga community members offer definitions of “diversity” by considering a wide range of interpersonal and systemic aspects related to underrepresentation.

How do you contribute to diversity at Gonzaga?

The many identities, backgrounds, and experiences that contribute to the overall diversity dialogue on campus.

Does talking about diversity ever make you feel uncomfortable?

How and why talking about diversity can be difficult or uncomfortable for both minority and majority students, faculty, and staff.

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