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Courageous Conversations: Identity, Privilege & Diversity   


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Courageous Conversations is a collaborative series that examines current cultural issues in our nation that directly impact our community. This free workshop will focus on better understanding cultural identities through interactive activities and their application. As we work to create and participate in diverse environments, it is important to understand how our own and others' identities affect our lives and our interactions with each other. By understanding the obstacles non-dominant groups face, we can enhance our well-being and personal development, improve our relations with others, and become better global citizens. 


Wednesday, March 27 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. in the Delaney Student Union Ballroom, Bldg. 58W, Room 3703

The event is free for students, faculty, staff and the public, but registration is required as limited seating is available. Parking instructions will be emailed to you upon registering. Click the "Register" button below to register. Be sure to stay for the reception provided by the Taylor Leadership Institute.  
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  • Alison Cruess, director of A&F Communications & Training and CODI   
  • Jenna Hensley, coordinator of Residence Life
  • Kaitlin Legg, director of the LGBT Resource Center



  • Academic and Student Affairs 
  • Coggin College of Business
  • LGBT Resource Center 
  • Department of Diversity Initiatives
  • Office of Equal Opportunity
  • President's Commission on Diversity and Inclusion
  • Taylor Leadership Institute 

 Persons with disabilities who seek reasonable accommodations for this event should make the request to and (904) 620-2583 by noon on March 25, 2019.