Reinhardt is committed to taking further meaningful, productive action to continue our work for racial justice and equality on our campus as well as in our local, regional and national communities. We also recognize the pain and frustrations our university community must be feeling in these turbulent times, and we want to offer an opportunity to come together to share our concerns and feelings.
These listening sessions will provide a space to discuss the impact of current events and how racism and inequalities impact our lives, studies and our work. We will not treat this as an event, but rather a long-term continuum of engagement centered on listening, talking and learning in order to achieve sustained institutional improvement. Your voices and contributions are essential as we push forward.
Join us for this series listening sessions where we can gather to reflect, meaningfully respond and take tangible steps together to heal, build allyship and take action to towards creating a better world.
Monday, June 22 - An open discussion of current events and how racism and inequalities impact our lives, studies and our work
Monday, July 27 - Law Enforcement, Criminal Justice and Campus Policing
Monday, August 24 - The Black Student Experience at Reinhardt
Monday, September 28 - Steps to take to Dismantle Racism
Monday, October 26 -
Symbolism and Race
Monday, November 23 - Faith and Race
Community members interested in attending can by registering for the listening sessions, which will be hosted on Zoom’s webinar platform. Once you have registered, you will receive a confirmation email with the login/access information.