Principles of Community Week
March 14th - 18th, 2022
What are the Principles of Community at Virginia Tech?
Learn about the Principles at this website: https://www.inclusive.vt.edu/Programs/vtpoc0.html
You can also use this InclusiveVT Insight and discussion guide. You can find this micro-learning module at https://www.inclusive.vt.edu/Initiatives/DiversityEducationandPrograms/inclusive-insights.html
March 17th | 7:30pm EST | Haymarket Theater and on InclusiveVT YouTube
I See You: Navigating Free Speech and Civil Discourse is supported in part by Heterodox Academy. The ability for HxA to provide Grants for HXCommunities events and other activities are made possible in full through the support of the John Templeton Foundation. The opinions at this event (or through such activities) are those of the individual Grantees, organizers, speakers, presenters, and attendees of such events/activities and do not necessarily reflect the views of Heterodox Academy and/or the John Templeton Foundation.
If you are an individual with a disability and desire an accommodation, please contact Alicia Cohen at 540-231-1822 or email@example.com during regular business hours at least 10 business days prior to the event.
Featuring Professors Cornel West and Robert George
In our very fractured society, how can we bridge real differences while maintaining meaningful relationships and civil conversation? Is it possible to have vigorous free expression while demonstrating genuine respect towards others? Join us as we delve into these important topics with two leading political scientists who share a friendship across authentic difference.
(Co-sponsored by the Bradley Study Center, the Virginia Tech Office for Inclusion and Diversity, the Division of Student Affairs, the Department of Political Science, the Kellogg Center for Philosophy, Politics, and Economics, the Department of Religion and Culture, and the Heterodox Academy)
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