Published: March 3, 2020
Difficult Dialogues Poster - How to Talk About Race

Join us in launching the Center for Humanities & the Arts' new series, "Difficult Dialogues". This series hosts panel conversations that bring together people to discuss challenging issues from their own perspectives. The topics chosen for each event are important, but can be difficult to discuss. We offer a space to have these tough conversations. These events are co-hosted semi-annually by the CHA and CU Libraries.

The first event topic for the series is "How to talk about Race". This event will feature a panel of specialists who will be sharing how they talk about race, especially focusing on how to talk about race in and out of the classroom and how to respond to issues of racism when they impact our campus community (such as the anti-black incident earlier in the fall).

John-Michael Rivera (Writing Program) will moderate a discussion with Sam Flaxmann (Ecology and Evolutionary Biology), Tiara Na’puti (Communication), and Celeste Montoya (Women and Gender Studies).

Tuesday, March 3, 2020
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Norlin Library E260 classroom (2nd floor)