Conversations on Diversity & Inclusion: Income Inequality in America

Conversations on Diversity & Inclusion

Income Inequality in America

Facilitated by Dr. Susan Roll, School of Social Work

Wednesday, September 17

NOON-1:00 PM

BMU 210

Income inequality may well be the most important

social justice issue of our time. As the disparity

between those who have access to resources and those

who do not widens, it is important to examine the role

of social class privilege to illustrate why “pulling

oneself up by their bootstraps” is a very different

exercise for those born with designer boots on and

those with no boots at all. Bring your lunch and join us!

For more information, please contact the Office of Diversity and Inclusion at 898-4764.


More Upcoming Conversations on Diversity and Inclusion:


October 1, BMU 210

NOON-1:00 PM

Moving Beyond Stereotypes: Profiles of Latina Achievement

Facilitated by Teresita Curiel

Admissions Office


October 22, BMU 210

NOON-1:00 PM

Sign of the Times: Deaf Education & Sign Language Interpreters

Facilitated by Adele Harth and Cathy Carey

Accessibility Resource Center


November 12, BMU 210

NOON-1:00 PM

Cultural Dialogues: Experiences of Chinese International Students at CSU, Chico

Facilitated by Internationalization Faculty Staff Task Force


December 3, BMU 210

NOON-1:00 PM

Boots to Books: A Conversation on Veteran Cultures and Experiences

Facilitated by Chico State Student Veteran Organization