Born out of the Diversity Peer Educators program, the Diversity Dialogue series became part of Harvard Foundation Center's Programs as the Diversity Peer Educators became Harvard Foundation Interns in the merge of centers that happened in 2020. The Diversity Dialogue Series offers a brave space for undergraduates to engage in community conversations that explore deep subjects around identity, belonging, diversity, and equity. Here, students can ask questions, raise concerns, and learn from each other’s lived experiences. Each semester, interns will co-facilitate six dialogues on campus, which are open to Harvard students. Each dialogue is a 90 minute program and all six dialogues cover a variety of topics, which DPEs determine to be most relevant to the needs of their community and contribute to their efforts of building inclusion and belonging.
Check out some previous Diversity Dialogue Series in the pictures below!