Developing substantive anti-oppression practices at MIT

Developing substantive anti-oppression practices at MIT

Wednesday, April 24, 2019 at 6:00pm to 7:30pm

Building E62, 233
100 MAIN ST, Cambridge, MA 02142

Dinner will be provided.

Sponsored by the Institute Community Equity Office (ICEO), Sloan Student Life Office, School of Architecture & Planning (SA&P) and Department of Urban Studies (DUSP) in collaboration with the following student groups; MIT My Sister’s Keeper (MSK), Sloan Black Business Student Association (BBSA), Sloan Women in Management (SWIM) and the Sloan Senate Diversity & Inclusion Committee we invite MIT students, faculty and staff to the following event:

The mission of MIT seeks “to develop in each member of the MIT community the ability and passion for working wisely, creatively, and effectively for the betterment of humankind.”

In order for us as an institution to truly take on the task of achieving this mission in the broader community, we have to take on the challenges of developing each and every member within, at the margins, and kept out of our own community.

This workshop facilitated by Rachel and Joe Tache is aimed at bringing students, staff and faculty from across MIT together in dialogue to think critically, engage deeply and lead courageously for the betterment of the MIT community and ultimately the greater good.