Learning for Social Justice
The Division of College Life offers the following opportunities to learn about social justice, explore personal identity and practice multicultural skills.
All are welcome to join at anytime. No need to register! Questions? Email email@example.com
eRace: engaging in racial justice dialogue
It began in the Spring of 2007 with an idea: to give students the space to share their experience. It has evolved into a movement designed to challenge the cultural climate at Gettysburg College. A small and vibrant group White students, Students of Color and International students gather weekly to discuss race issues in Gettysburg College, in the world, and in their personal lives. We engage in dialogue in an environment that is respectful, frank and even humorous to dismantle racial myths, expose white privilege, confront internalized racism.
Join us alternate Fridays from 3:45-5:00pm in the Office of Multicultural Engagement (OME - 102 West Water Street) Seminar Room.
Spring 2019 dates: Feb 1, Feb 15, March 1, March 29, April 12, April 26
nGender: generating discussion about gender and gender identity
nGender is a bi-weekly meeting for students to dialogue around gender and gender identity issues.
Join us for a lively and honest discussion on alternate Tuesdays from 11:45-1:00 in the Women and LGBTQA Resource Center (Apple Hall, First Floor). Bring your own lunch!
Spring 2019 Dates: Jan 29, Feb 12, Feb 26, March 26, April 9, April 23