September Day of Dialogue
Case Western Reserve held its second Day of Dialogue Sept. 17, to advance discussion and action on issues of equity, inclusion and racism. Read a brief recap or watch the first event recording online.
June Day of Dialogue Videos
More than 10 events took place during Case Western Reserve's Day of Dialogue June 10. Here, you'll find videos of a few of that day's discussions. Please note: Not all discussions were recorded to promote an open dialogue among participants.
Safety on Campus: Police and Race at Case Western Reserve
While the roles of campus police differ in many respects from those of municipal departments, any university discussion of law enforcement must also address its own public safety operations. In a discussion moderated by School of Law professors, members of the Division of Public Safety respond to questions regarding officer training, campus engagement, and procedures involving use of force.
Addressing Health Disparities
COVID-19 is the latest in a long line of diseases that disproportionately affects black people and other people of color. In a panel discussion moderated by a university alumna, faculty members weigh in on the multifaceted reasons for the major disparities—and discuss what Case Western Reserve’s role could be in helping to improve it.
Think Before You Judge: A Greek Life Inclusion Committee Event
The Greek Life discussion, recorded and available on Zoom, begins around 14:30. Single sign-on to Zoom is required to access the recording.