Upcoming Workshops

Processing Session:  Place to come listen and share your thoughts and reflections on current news topics

Derek Chauvin Trail

 Thursday, April 22nd from 12-1 pm  (view the flyer)

We are two weeks into the Derek Chauvin trial with still more to come including the verdict.  To navigate this experience, we wanted to offer a space for faculty, staff and graduate students to come share their reflections on the impact of this trial on each of us.  

This hour-long facilitated session on Thursday, April 22nd from 12-1 pm will offer some light prompts for each member to consider as we look at where we are, and where we hope to go. 

We hope to see many of you in attendance.  If you have any questions, please reach out to CED Assistant Director, Allyson Ryder aallyson.ryder@unh.edu.

The ZOOM link for this session is: https://unh.zoom.us/j/91360057775

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Professional Development



Coming June, 2021

Social Justice Education Phase 3 Program Pilot – Taking Action! 

(date & time to be announced soon)

This three-hour long session will work to:

  • Review the key characteristics of oppression and liberation
  • Use case studies to consider the actions needed to interrupt these systems and institute more equitable practices
  • Identify personal goals for beginning to address systems of oppression

Open to all who have participated in Social Justice Education: Awareness and Allyship.

For more information or to reserve your space, please email Allyson.Ryder@unh.edu

vew program flyer

Coming Fall, 2021

Exploring Whiteness

(date and time to be announced soon)

This five session experience will offer white-identified participants a unique and immersive experience for those wishing to dig deeper into their white

identities.  There will be cohorts for staff, faculty and undergraduate students.

Why Join Us:

  • Opportunity to explore your racial identity and the history of race in the United States
  • Monthly in-person sessions with online learning.

  • Build community through a cohort model - you'll navigate this process with a set group of your peers.

  • Offers a space for self-reflection.
  • Begin to consider ways to use your racial privilege for change.

For more information or to reserve your space, please email Allyson.Ryder@unh.edu