EDUC 202 is co-sponsored by the Center for Multicultural Advancement and Student Success (CMASS). For more information, call: (413) 545 - 5799
"This has been the most beneficial class I have taken at the University of Massachusetts"
"I have done so much self-exploration that I have grown as a person. The relationships we share as a class in that room go far beyond the typical classroom."
"I have learned a great deal this semester, about race and ethnicity and the role it plays in peoples' everyday lives and experiences"

Fall 2015 Date and Time:
Thursdays: 4:00pm-6:30pm
Plus once on Saturday, October 3rd, 9am-5pm
First Day Of Class: September 17th
Last Day Of Class: December 3rd









What is Intergroup Dialogue?


Exporing Social / Cultural Differences and Commonalities is an intergroup dialogue (IGD) undergraduate course. Intergroup dialogues are facilitated small group experiences that bring students from different racial, ethnic, gender and sexual orientations to explore their commonalities and differences. Within these groups, students will also examine the nature and impact of social inequalities and explore ways of working together toward greater equality and justice. Intergroup dialogues strive to promote sharing of personal experiences, meaningful conversations, and critical examination of social issues. The course also seeks to promote mutual understanding and collaboration across differences.




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