Dialogue Circles: Trial Discussion Series

Dialogue Circles: Trial Discussion Series

Wednesday, March 31 at 4:00 p.m., Wednesday, April 7 at 12:00 p.m., Monday, April 26 at 12 p.m. Zoom Zoom Meeting Link

The trial of former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin for the death of George Floyd began on Monday, March 8, 2021. The trial is expected to last several weeks and will have profound impacts across our communities. Come and share your reactions about current events with campus colleagues and peers so that we can collectively create the campus climate that we all hope for. This is not a space for debate but a supportive space.

Please utilize the Digital Self-Care Toolkit and Additional Resources as necessary.

Dates of Discussion:

Wednesday, March 31, 4pm
Wednesday, April 7, 12pm
Monday, April 26, 12 pm

*More dates may be added depending upon demand

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Thank you to all project partners for their work on this series:

MCSE - Multicultural Student Engagement
AA&AS - African American & African Studies
MCAE - Multicultural Center for Academic Excellence
GEP - Gopher Equity Project
OAISIS of University Nebraska Lincoln - Office of Academic Success & Intercultural Services, University of Nebraska Lincoln
MCSS - Multicultural Student Success Committee
APARC - Asian Pacific American Resource Center
Carlson School of Management
PES - President’s Emerging Scholars
Student Counseling Services
Student Legal Service
Morrill Hall Shared Services Team - Human Resources
OED - Office for Equity and Diversity
Office of Undergraduate Education
TRIO Student Support Services

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