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Social Justice Education (SJE) (formerly Inclusion & Equity Education) invites ALL students to participate in Social Justice After Dark, a series of FREE evening workshops beginning in October. 

Social Justice After Dark, free workshops for students beginning in October


Students who register will receive a FREE voucher redeemable either at the Community Commons dining hall or Starbucks.

There will also be fun spooky giveaways during each workshop!

SJE is piloting a brand NEW training - Social Justice 101: Disney Edition on Tuesday, October 3rd at 6 pm.

We are also introducing a NEW sequence for trainings and students who complete 3 out of 5 workshops within 12 months will receive a FREE swag bag!

Students can register on CrimsonConnect by scanning the QR code on the flyer or visiting

Opportunities. Participate in an open workshop!

Students (grad and undergrad)

Check upcoming events, including workshops that fulfill RSO credit for USG harm reduction requirement


All other affiliates

Check upcoming open workshop schedule!

Workshop Offerings

Additional Ongoing Offerings

DU DialogUes

Single sessions, series, co-sponsored events, facilitator trainings

Learn more

Workshops and Consultations

A range of sessions including Queer & Ally (Q&A) trainings. Attend yourself, or request for your group.

Check Offerings

Social Justice Online Resources

To help inform and support self and others

Review Resources

  • Event Co/Sponsorship Information

    While most of our time and budgets are already committed each year to in-house projects, we sometimes co/sponsor and/or collaborate on special events that actively bring together our diverse communities, to engage students intentionally and constructively across difference.

    Please review this website for types of past and current events, and email well in advance, with your ideas and available details. (Click here for PDF info sheet regarding +Dialogue events.)

    Please note: Simply inviting a variety of communities to attend an event (hoping for presence) is not our goal. We seek to create and support programs where active and intentional intergroup interaction (e.g., meaningful discussion) is a structured part of the event process, not simply with diversity in the audience or as a subject matter.

    Some past events have included:


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