Community Dialogue Discussion Series


Feb. 13, 2013,
5pm to 6:30pm

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Center for Social Justice Library


Community Dialogue Disccusion Series

The Community Dialogues Discussion Series is a new bi-weekly discussion, hosted by the Center for Social Justice, to provide a meeting and dialogue space for various communities on UNLV’s campus.  In efforts to building community, promoting awareness, and educating the campus about these communities, the discussion series will serve as a safe space for communities to come together, share ideas, and discuss challenges and issues within their respective communities.   

Why should I participate?

To be a part of an honest discussion about challenging and relevant issues, to build connections with your peers and community members, to gain insight into your own identity,  to join a growing movement to build a safer, aware, and diverse UNLV community.

The communities highlighted this semester are:

  • Jan. 30 - Individuals of Color
  • Feb. 13 - Atheist & Agnostic Community
  • Feb. 27 - International Students
  • March 13 - Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Queer, & Questioning
  • April 10 - Transgender & Non-Gender Conforming
  • April 24 - Veterans


Admission Information

This event is free and open to all UNLV students, faculty and staff.  

Individuals do not have to be members of the various communities to attend.

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