What: A series of open community dialogues, featuring faculty and distinguished guests. The discussion are designed to promote a balanced and civil discourse on perennial questions about community, sexuality, spirituality, and identity. As the AIDs crisis continues to devastate worldwide, we also hope to shed light on the leadership role that catholic relief organizations have taken in providing compassionate care to Persons with AIDS internationally.
Where: All events will take place in Delphine Intercultural Center, Saint Mary's College of California, 1928 St. Mary's Rd., Moraga
When: All discussion begin at 4:30 p.m.
AIDS at 30 Years:Crisis and Compassion, Tuesday, November 9
Love and Sexuality: Spiritual Perspectives, Friday, November 12
America's Changing Face: the Politics of Identity, Monday, November 15
Making Change: Art and Social Justice, Thursday, November 18
All are welcome
For information about the free discussion series call Professor Reid Davis at
(925) 631-8623 or email at email@example.com"
Co- pponsored by: The School of Liberal Arts and the Intercultural Center