Diversity Forum + Coverage
The University of Pittsburgh’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion hosted Diversity Forum 2020, Advancing Social Justice: A Call to Action from July 28-30, which served as the kick-off to the Year of Engagement.
With more than 12,000 participants worldwide, the forum was a first-of-its-kind community-oriented, virtual social justice learning symposium, complete with over 55 interactive workshops and sessions.
The forum also served as the kickoff to the Year of Engagement.
While we’re just getting started in our work toward a better, more equitable community, we hope the forum presented an opportunity for listening, learning, self-reflection and growth.
Recordings of all workshops will be posted on the forum website , and you can watch all livestreamed sessions on Pitt Diversity’s YouTube channel.
Updates from the Diversity Forum (Pittwire)
Pitt Diversity Forum Brings Together Higher Ed Stakeholders to Confront Systemic Racism (Diverse Issues in Higher Education)
Diversity Forum is larger than ever with the move to a virtual format (UTimes; July 24)
Holocaust Center shares history and mission at Pitt diversity forum (Jewish Chronicle; July 31)