ADL: Fighting Hate on College Campuses
Seth Gordon-Lipkin, Education Director, ADL Washington, DC
David Hoffman, Associate Regional Director, ADL Southeast
In support of our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion, SDT and the SDT Foundation are partnering with the Anti-Defamation League. This virtual program surrounding fighting anti-Semitic and other forms of hate on college campuses.
Authentically You: It Starts with Uncomfortability
Let’s talk about sisterhood as Panhellenic women. Let’s talk about why we are here. Let’s talk about how the journey to authenticity involves being uncomfortable. Uncomfortableness is also a crucial component in learning and unlearning about the systems that exist that create spaces in which our sisters do not feel heard or supported. Let’s talk about that—how to be better for ourselves and others, so everyone can live authentically themselves.
What Is Nude: Exploring Bias in the Panhellenic Sorority Experience
This session explores various forms of bias related to sexuality, race, national origin, gender expression and socio-economic status in the Panhellenic sorority experience. Identifying policies, procedures, and practices that contribute to these various forms of bias—which will offer participants take-away ideas they can put into practice when working with Panhellenic sorority members—are also discussed.
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Chapter Programming Panel
Toyana Niraula, Past President of Tau Chapter—University of Texas
Rachel Brenner, President at Beta Chapter—University of Penn
Morgan Grant, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Chair at Gamma Tau Chapter—Columbia University
Cali Platt, President at Alpha Theta Chapter—University of Maryland
Jianna Voghel, President at Alpha Iota Chapter—Tulane University
This panel provides sisters and volunteers with an opportunity to hear from chapter leaders who have either already established DE&I programming (as of Summer 2020) into their chapter calendar, or plan to make significant implementations throughout the upcoming and future academic years. Attendees hear about successful experiences, spaces for improvement and the importance of the programming.