The Doyle Conversations about Anti-Racism in Higher Education is a conversation series hosted by the Doyle Program for Engaging Difference that brings together students, faculty, and staff at Georgetown University to discuss anti-racist practices in higher education. The series invites members of the Georgetown community to share strategies and tools related to anti-racist work across campus
The ongoing work of anti-racist practices at Georgetown occurs in a wide variety of settings, from curriculum design, to classroom learning, to student life. Many students, faculty, and staff are committed to the work of racial justice, and our efforts are made more impactful when we have opportunities to work alongside one another. Beginning in the fall semester of 2020, The Doyle Program convening a series of conversations that showcases the knowledge and expertise of faculty, students, and staff, while inviting participants to engage with one another on strategies, challenges, and goals for anti-racist work at Georgetown.
Fueled by the conviction that continued dialogue on racial justice work at Georgetown is an essential part of working toward a more just institution, the Doyle Conversations about Anti-Racism in Higher Education are a vital space for learning, exchange, and growth.
For more information on upcoming conversations and a summary of past events, please visit us at doyle.georgetown.edu