All Marquette employees are invited to participate in monthly Anti-Racist Community Dialogues.
Now in its third year, ARC Dialogues brings employees together in a community to have a deep and authentic dialogue about:
- How racism manifests in our lives and in our institution
- How we are often complicit with racism as individuals
- How to actively become anti-racist — both through individual and collective action.
As professionals committed to Marquette’s Catholic, Jesuit mission of actively entering into the struggle for a more just society, we seek to hold each other accountable in order to bring these values into our daily work, and the students and communities we serve.
Various dates and times are available for these small group cohorts taking place from October to May. Each member will take responsibility for co-creating these discussion spaces by providing relevant discussion material and through consistent and active participation.
The deadline to sign up is Wednesday, Sept. 27.
ARC Dialogues are co-sponsored by the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion and the Division of Student Affairs. For more information, contact Jacki Black, director of Hispanic Initiatives and diversity and inclusion educational programming.