Campus Conversations Initiative

Campus Conversations is a dialogue-based initiative from the Task Force on Inclusion and Belonging at Columbia centered on building community, real conversation and dialogue across differences. It offers students a way to talk about identity and community across campus.

Become a Campus Conversations Facilitator

Join our facilitator cohort and lead conversations on race and inclusion with your peers. Our interactive training gives you resources and tips to facilitate a dynamic conversation.

Attend a Campus Conversation Event

If you don’t want to lead a conversation, but do want to participate in the initiative, join the network and receive announcements about upcoming Campus Conversations.

Make a Friend Through a Chat

Campus Chats are short, thoughtful and honest conversations about life at Columbia and our evolving take on race and identity. We'll provide tips to help you get these conversations started.

 

Columbia Spectator: With pamphlets and student volunteers, University aims to start conversations on race

Read what General Studies and Columbia College students had to say: "It starts off with very, very dedicated students...If they hold a conversation and five people come, and even one of them is interested and excited, it can move from there.” See more here.

 

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