Faber Center to host virtual communal reflection on racism in America, June 5

The Faber Center will host a virtual discussion for faculty and staff on Friday, June 5, from noon to 1 p.m. CST.

The tragic killing of George Floyd has reignited ongoing tensions caused by racism in our country. Many of us are struggling to understand what this latest chapter means for us individually, as a Catholic, Jesuit institution, and for our country. In the style of the Ignatian Examen, this virtual gathering will allow faculty and staff to come together, reflect on these recent events and notice how we are being invited to respond.

To register, email Michael Dante, director of the Faber Center. A Microsoft Teams link to join will be shared with attendees after registering.