Braver conversations around identity
Rammalogues provide a shared experience and sense of connection through facilitated dialogue.
IExcel aims to to build the capacity for respectful and inclusive dialogue at VCU. Participating in Rammalogues builds appreciation for difference through reflection and listening, and models leadership skills. Rammalogues build capacity for the VCU community to engage in dialogue with an overall commitment to excellence and to principles of diversity, equity and inclusion.
Each month’s dialogue will focus on a different topic and invite participants to share their own personal experiences while also bearing witness to the experiences and perspectives of others.
For a complete schedule of upcoming Rammalogue sessions, please see the calendar page.
Common Book @ Massey
This series of four sessions will be hosted by the Massey Cancer Center on VCU's MCV Campus. Throughout the fall, these sessions will prompt conversations about readers' experiences with the VCU Common Book, The Organ Thieves.
Please consult the calendar page and register for a session or sessions that fits your schedule.
Living in a Post-Roe World
Since the 1970s, access to abortion has been legal in the United States. This has changed under the recent Supreme Court decision. How do we navigate difficult conversations as the political climate changes?
Scheduled for September, register now for this in-person session.
Living with Mass Shootings
In the past 12 months, mass shootings have continued to dominate news coverage and cultural conversation. How do we navigate these conversations as the political climate changes?
Scheduled for October, register now for this in-person session.
Open Dialogue on Ability / Disability
How does your ability/disability status impact your daily life? Do you wonder how that differs for others? Come engage with students, faculty, and staff for this upcoming session about ability and disability.
Several sessions are scheduled for October (Disability Awareness Month). Please consult the calendar page and register for either an in-person or virtual session.
Open Dialogue on Socio-Economic Status
How does your socio-economic status impact your daily life? Do you wonder how that differs for others? Come engage with students, faculty, and staff for this session on socio-economic status.