The Office of Global Inclusion, Diversity, and Strategic Innovation provides NYU community members with a number of live learning and development opportunities to help strengthen their capacity for social and cultural equity.
Intergroup Dialogue (IGD) is a nationally recognized 1 to 3 credit course that brings together small groups of students from diverse backgrounds to share their experiences and gain new knowledge related to identity, diversity, and social justice. This 10-week course is open to all NYU undergraduate students.
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Explore the intersections of disability status and justice through the critical analysis of language and policy, the works of disability justice activists, and group discussion. During this three-hour session, NYU community members reflect on their practices, gain the tools to actively practice solidarity with people with disabilities, and learn how to create more accessible environments for these same people.
Develop an understanding of frequently used concepts—such as diversity, equity, and social justice—through the lens of race and racism. Throughout this two-hour session, participants reflect on their own identities and challenge their daily practices to begin a journey toward critical consciousness.
Learn about other sessions available on campus by visting the One Zone page and continue your journey of making a difference.
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