A semester-long series of events focused on the theme of “The Power of Community: Connect, Grow & Change” will begin on Martin Luther King Jr. Day (Jan. 17, 2022) at the University of Colorado Boulder. Students, faculty and staff are invited to participate in initiatives such as an educational service experience, conversation with Prof. Nikole Hannah-Jones, a Spring Diversity & Inclusion Summit, a Black History Month Dinner, a Women’s Leadership Symposium, a TRANSforming Gender Conference and more. Organizers “hope this campuswide initiative will build community resilience and foster a campus climate that is empowering, validating and encourages greater unity.”
The semester of events is hosted by the Center for Inclusion and Social Change, a unit within the institution’s Office of Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement. “Please join us in building connections, growing together and engaging in meaningful change this semester,” their website invites.
Learn more about CU Boulder’s series of events here.