Resources for Action, Learning, and Cultural Change
The resources below were gathered by our Constructive Engagement of Conflict staff and students to center justice, equity, and inclusion in our learning at this time.
The diversity at UWC-USA is always cause for dialogue. Each cohort reflects on issues of power, privilege, accountability, and community. We engage with issues of identity, history, and individual and systemic oppression — listening and learning about one another’s experiences to understand and be transformed.
Read UWC-USA President Victoria Mora’s Statement on the killing of George Floyd.
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How should the U.S. address problems of violent policing? As a nation, we may be asking the police to do certain things that they shouldn’t, says Ta-Nehisi Coates. The Atlantic correspondent offers his take on the legacy of white supremacy in America today.
Difficult Conversations Facilitator Training presented July 17, 2020 by Bartos Institute Director Naomi Swinton (UWC-USA, ’89) and Ambassadorial Chair Dr. Selena Sermeño. This session outlined Bartos Institute’s approach to facilitating Difficult Conversations, using Constructive Engagement of Conflict methodology and practices.