Past Event: Climate Change 

Please join us at Merton Hall room 1201 on Wednesday 4/26 at 5pm for a dialogue on climate change in cooperation with Sustainable Mason. Facilitation training will begin an hour before the event (4pm). Check out Sustainable Mason’s web page at: green.gmu.edu

Past Event: Justice

Please join us April 11th at Research Hall 163 for our third and final dialogue of the spring semester!

Past Event: Inclusion, Refugees and Immigration

Please join us at Research Hall 163 tonight for a dialogue on Inclusion: Refugees and Immigration. The following videos will be shown followed by facilitated discussion. Thank you to everyone who attended!

The Oft-Unused Tool in Conflict Resolution

When you are president of an organization, you are required to resolve conflict daily. Over forty people, all in one organization, and all with different visions make for a contentious concoction. Tensions rise, faces redden, voices raise… then, you have a yelling match spiraling out of control. I chime in with a light-hearted comment. Not…

Calling for Creative Representations for Next Dialogue:

We are looking for students who are interested in participating in an open mic for the next dialogue: Does Government Represent Us? The event will precede  with public expressions from participants who would like to share a poem, song, rap, video, speech, or open letter with the audience.  Subjects could include political agency, bi-partisanship, voting rights,…

Film Screening: American Textures

Part two of the Crossing Borders film trilogy: American Textures. Join us on April 13th for  a film screening and panel discussion! Wednesday, April 13 at 6pm in Merten Hall 1201 Dialogue and Difference will be co-sponsoring the second film of Crossing Borders intercultural trilogy called “American Textures.” This documentary follows six individuals of Black, White and…

Film Screening: Crossing Borders

Dialogue and Difference will be co-sponsoring the film screening and panel discussion for the movie ‘Crossing Borders’ Tuesday, March 29 at 6 pm in Research Hall 163 This film shares the experiences of eight students traveling together through Morocco and discovering themselves, each other, and the implications of the relationship between Islam and the West. Their…

Dialogue and Difference in GMU Fourth Estate

“Mason Students discuss Islamophobia” GMU Fourth Estate attended the “Islamophobia: Targeted Identities” dialogue on February 16th.  Nina Motazedi wrote an article outlining the panelists and discussion points from the evening. If you weren’t able to make it to the event, you can read here what some of our panelists had to say about Islamophobia.