Student Racial Justice Initiative: A Series of Reflective Dialogue Around Race
As many of us have been awakened to racial injustice and inequity in our society, NSCC is offering opportunities for students to engage in reflective dialogue. These opportunities will be reflective discussions that will challenge students to re-examine themselves and social norms by allowing us to learn and grow through facilitated dialogue. These opportunities can range from participation in a book club to a listening session to participating in the pizza and a movie series. If you have any questions, please reach out to the Office of Student Engagement at email@example.com.
Pizza and a Movie Series
A component of the Student Racial Justice Initiative: A Series of Reflective Dialogue Around Race
Join us as we explore various films and documentaries that examine a variety of important topics. We hope the movies will be thought provoking and get some excellent dialogue happening as we reflect on the messages of these films. These topics include but are not limited to race, racism, white privilege and the history of sports. Since we can't share a pizza together, participants will receive and electronic gift card to Dominos, halfway through the movie. We hope you can join us!
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As many of us have been awakened to racial injustice and inequity in our society, OSE is offering an opportunity for introspection and re-examining ourselves and our social norms by allowing us to learn through books that address these inequities.
We are very excited to continue our book clubs this semester. The selected books: Hunger by Roxane Gay and The Vanishing Half: A Novel by Brit Bennett. The Book Clubs are open to Students, Faculty and Staff.
Hunger Book Club
Mondays at 11:15 am - 12:15 pm beginning February 22.
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The Vanishing Half Book Club
Mondays at 3:00pm - 4:00pm beginning February 22.
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