Pictures, Audio, Video of Past Events

Pictures, Audio, Video of Past Events

Mural Unveiling Images

Shape of Diversity Mural Unveiling

February 16, 2011

Culmination of the collaborative project with artist Rhichard Haynes and Saint Anselm Students to embody the value of diversity at Saint Anselm College

Full Gallery

Mural Painting Day 2 Photos

Mural Painting Day 2 Photos

Pictures from Day 1 of Mural Painting

Images from Day 1 of Mural Painting

Mural Submissions Slideshow

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Dialogue I Highlights

Here are some of the highlights of the first Diversity Dialogue on January 29 led by Ellen Semran.
You can find photos here: http://theshapeofdiversity.org/images-from-dialogue-i/

Introduction to Diversity and Social Justice

Handout (pdf)

Audio from Introduction

Hearts and Minds and Identity

Handout (pdf)

Audio on Hearts and Minds and Identity

Priviledge

Handout on Priviledge(pdf)

Audio on Priviledge

Videos

Two videos were shown. They can be seen here:

http://theshapeofdiversity.org/video-from-diversity-dialogue-i/

What Diversity Means to Us (One Word)

Each participant contributed one word.
What Diversity Means to Us (One Word)


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“Equality” Prof. Farrell’s Speech from the MLK Day Breakfast

Equality
by Professor William Farrell
presented at the Martin Luther King Memorial Breakfast at Saint Anselm College, January 17, 2011

On August 28 1963, on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, Martin Luther King gave his stirring speech, I Have a Dream. In it he said he dreamt of equality. In closing the speech he  said that we should all be involved in letting freedom ring from every city and state in the Union, and that we should all join in singing the words of the old Christian spiritual, “ Free at last, free at last. Thank God Almighty, we are free at last.” More >