Day for Learning and Speaking Out
Racial Injustice, Rising and Thriving: Healthy Anti-Racist Activism
Tuesday, March 23 - Thursday, March 25, 2021
Online via Zoom
All members of the DU community - faculty, administrators, staff, and students - are invited to participate in DLSO events.
To register, visit Day for Learning and Speaking Out
Organized by an interdisciplinary group of faculty, staff, and students, the day catalyzes conversations that confront racism as a structural and systemic phenomenon that most affects those marginalized in our society. Each year we begin by looking at racism demonstrated by current events and then reflect on racism and antiracism within our own teaching and learning environment.
The DLSO is grateful to its financial and in-kind sponsors for 2021:
The Critical Race Theory Speaker Series of the McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts, the departments of Theology, English, Psychology, and Sociology, the Center for Teaching Excellence, the Elsinore Bennu Think Tank for Restorative Justice, the Center for Student Wellbeing, the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, and Spiritan Campus Ministry.
The 2021 DLSO against Racial Injustice Planning Committee:
Faculty and staff members:
Kathy Glass (Co-Chair, English), Anna Floerke Scheid (Co-Chair, Theology), Daniel Burston (Psychology), Norm Conti (Sociology, Elsinore Bennu Think Tank), Luci-Jo DiMaggio (Mission Animation), Christine Lorenz (Publicity, Art History), Terra Merkey (Gumberg); Emad Mirmotahari (English); Mary Parish (Online Learning), Erin Rentschler (CTE), and Matthew Walsh (Student Wellbeing).
Student members: Caitlin Hunter, Diana Forry, Chris Maverick, Cassie diBenedetti, and Roman Ramsey.