Justice Dialogues

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Justice Dialogues

Justice Dialogues are an integral component to our annual celebration of the life and legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., designed to share meaningful conversations about issues relating to civil rights and social justice activism, responsibility, and engagement.

What is a Justice Dialogue?

  • A Justice Dialogue is an opportunity for our campus community to engage in meaningful exploration and discussion about issues that connect with Dr. King’s work and vision on matters relating to civil rights, social justice, activism, responsibility, and engagement.
  • A Justice Dialogue is hosted by individuals, groups, or departments within the wider-Wooster community.
  • A Justice Dialogue is aimed at starting or continuing important conversations–and inspires actions–about diversity, equity, and inclusion throughout the rest of the year.
  • This year, Justice Dialogues will be held virtually and will be 60 minutes in length, including the presentation and a Q&A/Discussion period.

Need previous examples? View samples from our 2020 Justice DialoguesThe deadline for Justice Dialogues submissions is Friday, October 30. Please use this link to submit a Justice Dialogue Proposal.

For questions, concerns, or ways to get involved, please e-mail.