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Twice a month, DEEP Impact holds dialogues that aim to educate students on different aspects of diversity and create a brave and open space for engaging in conversation and learning from one another. Each dialogue varies based on the topic, but typically involves a brief educational overview of content following a group dialogue. Our student Diversity Educator team chooses the topics, creates the presentations, and facilitates the dialogue, using a peer-to-peer model. We encourage participants to step out of their comfort zone to share their perspectives and engage with the viewpoints of their classmates. Dialogues typically last around an hour and a half and are open to all students.

Have any questions, or plan on attending with a large group, like a res hall or class? Please email Reggie Stroble at


  • Nov 7: DEEP Impact Diversity Dialogue: Reimagining Sexism Beyond the Gender Binary: Heterosexism and Cissexism, Join us to learn more about the gender binary, the gender spectrum, and the biases associated with each.
  • Dec 5: DEEP Impact Diversity Dialogue: The Colonization of Hip Hop, Hosted by a team of student Diversity Educators and the DEEP Impact class, this dialogue will identify the history, culture, and inception of hip-hop music as well as examine the impact of current-day music on our culture.

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