Conversations on Diversity and Inclusion (CODI) for Spring 2016

The CODI series focuses on the complexities of group and individual identities and how they influence one another. The gatherings provide a safe space for members of the campus community to consider the often sensitive issues surrounding identity. CODI has been the committee's attempt to expose and treat the various ills we see reflected on our campus and in our community--xenophobia, homophobia, racism, sexism, classism, ignorance, apathy, etc., as well as celebrate our differences.

 

Conversations on Diversity and Inclusion is a series of discussions sponsored by the Center for Multicultural and Gender Studies, the Gender and Sexuality Equity Center, and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion. For more information, contact the Office of Diversity and Inclusion at 898-4764 or visit www.csuchico.edu/diversity  

 

http://www.csuchico.edu/diversity/documents/spring-2016/cod-spring-2016.pdf

 

February 17, BMU 210 I am a Black Gay Christian - And I Know God Loves Me

Facilitated by Professor Micki Lennon

Comparative Religion and Humanities

 

March 2, BMU 210 Closing the Gap Between the Police and our Community

Facilitated by Professor Ryan Patten

Behavioral and Social Sciences

 

March 23, BMU 210 Race and America’s Prison Industrial Complex

Facilitated by Professor Jesse Dizard

Anthropology

 

April 6, BMU 210 The Undocumented Student Experience at CSU, Chico

Facilitated by Leaders Educating for the Advancement of Dreamers (LEAD)

 

April 27, BMU 210 Conversations on Diversity and Inclusion Awards

Facilitated by Tray Robinson Office of Diversity and Inclusion