About JEDI Dialogues
JEDI Dialogues foster an all-inclusive environment for faculty, staff, and students to learn about justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (JEDI) in tech through trainings, workshops, seminars, webinars, speaker series, panel sessions, healing circles, and research presentations.
Justice Dialogues creates a safe space for faculty, staff, and student participants to embark on a journey towards self-discovery, mutual understanding, advocacy, and community engagement through trust and meaningful interchanges on the importance of justice.
Equity Dialogues provides faculty, staff, and students an opportunity to share their experience with inequity and receive strategies on how to utilize their position of power and privilege as an instrument of change in their respective place of work and learning.
Diversity Dialogues are a series of critical conversations with faculty, staff, and students on topics relating to the importance of diverse representation and the possible challenges (such as racism, biases, color blindness, white guilt, and white shaming) associated in achieving it.
Inclusion Dialogues engage faculty, staff, and students in an open discussion on the realities of exclusion (related to ableism, classism, ageism, and sexism) and the need for direct intervention to create a culture of inclusion.