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The Center for Cultural Liberation is excited to invite you to another Summer Dialogue Series. The first session on Juneteenth will be held on June 16th, 2021 in collaboration with the Rebecca Crown Library, Food Services, and University Ministry.
Following a BBQ in celebration at 11AM in the Cloister Walk, at 2:30PM we will host a curator from the Chicago History Museum for a presentation on the legacy of Juneteenth, the connections of the event to Chicago, and the importance of remembering the story today.
Please note that Lunch is offered at $6/person every Wednesday in the Cloister Walk.
The summer dialogue series will consist of the following topics:
Wednesday, June 16th at 2:30 PM - History of Juneteenth (preceded by a lunch & music 11 AM-1 PM in the Quad)
Wednesday, July 14th at 2:30PM - Exploring Whiteness and Allyship
Wednesday, August 11th at 2:30PM - Serving Non-Hispanic Students at an HSI
The Center for Cultural Liberation exists to retain, support, and celebrate students from historically marginalized backgrounds. By fostering an inclusive campus climate that educates and challenges, the CCL upholds the longstanding social justice values of Dominican University.
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