November 14 & 15, 2022
Thank you to everyone who joined us online and in person for the 2022 Diversity Forum. The conference may be over, but the learning continues. You can find recordings from all of the sessions plus downloads and links to other resources on our conference agenda page.
Keynote speaker Tiya Miles discussed her book “All That She Carried: The Journey of Ashley’s Sack, a Black Family Keepsake,” a poignant story of resilience and of love passed down through generations of women against steep odds.
Welcome to the 2022 UW–Madison Diversity Forum — The Power of Remembering: Reclaiming Our Legacies to Imagine New Futures
UW–Madison Chief Diversity Officer Dr. LaVar J. Charleston welcomes attendees to the hybrid 2022 Diversity Forum.
Rund Abdelfatah and Ramtin Arablouei, co-hosts and producers of NPR’s Peabody Award-winning podcast “Throughline,” will serve as UW–Madison’s fall Journalists in Residence Nov. 14-16.
- December 4
- December 5
- December 5Criminal Justice Reform Team Meeting - Wrongful ConvictionsFeatured Speaker: Rachel Burg, Director of the Wisconsin Innocence Project6:00 PM, Social Justice Hub (2nd Floor), Union South
Also offered online
Who Should Attend
The Diversity Forum welcomes the campus and public annually for a free, two-day conference focused on the most pressing issues of equity, diversity, inclusion, and belonging. The goal of the conference is to share the latest knowledge and research, help attendees learn new perspectives and best practices, and activate attendees to make positive changes in the world. Attendees hear from authors, community organizers, activists, researchers, and others working in the areas of diversity, equity, social justice, and inclusion, as well as participate in engaging workshops to further their personal and professional development and find new ways to make a positive impact on the world.