Dialogue Ambassadors and students in attendance will create a space to be in community and discuss personal reactions to the Derek Chauvin trial, as well as our feelings around policing in this country and racial injustices. This space will be facilitated by UCSD student Dialogue Ambassadors and supported by staff from both UC San Diego Counseling and Psychological Services and the National Conflict Resolution Center.
[This dialogue topic has changed from sustainability stories to be in response to the continuing injustices against Black people and murder of Daunte Wright.]
Dialogue Ambassadors co-facilitate Circle Dialogues, known as community building circles, to provide a structured environment to generate dialogue among participants on a specific topic. Circle Dialogues foster open and supportive spaces for people to talk about differences, develop empathy and enhance perspectives.
This community building circle is a workshop listed within the iLead Program, hosted by the Center for Student Involvement. iLead is a drop-in workshop program that provides students the flexibility to choose workshop sessions on various communication and leadership topics that align with your individual interests and schedule. Full attendance at this workshop will grant you 2 stamps for the iLead Program.
For more information, visit: ilead.ucsd.edu