Dialogues and Discussions

Kujegi Camara ’16 speaks out at a discussion about interfaith leadership co-sponsored by the Office of Religious Life and the Carl A. Fields Center.

Engage in moments of self-discovery in critical, thought-provoking conversations centered around identity, difference and community. Through challenging individual and collective exploration, dialogues and discussions allow participants to view the effects of power, privilege and the intersections of identities. With attentive listening and engaged learning each participant leaves with a better understanding of self and others.


Conversation Circles is a small peer-led group dialogue series that allows students to engage in conversation about current events, identity, their own experiences and perspectives with a different topic each Sunday meeting.

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