Detail View: Good Trouble Conversations:

Title: 
Olga Segura - Catholicism and Liberation: Creating Spaces For Freedom in the Church
Creator: 
Regis University Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusive Excellence (ODEIE)
Description: 
From Regis University Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusive Excellence (ODEIE): Olga M. Segura, author of Birth of a Movement: Black Lives Matter and the Catholic Church will visit Regis University for two special events. Her visit is part of The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusive Excellence's Good Trouble Conversation series and is sponsored by the Office of the Provost, ODEIE, Student Life, Office of Mission, the Programming Board, and First Year Experience. Both events are free and open to the public. Masks are required. On Thursday, November 11, Ms. Segura will engage in a public conversation with Regis University student leaders, beginning at 7:00 pm, in the St. John Francis Regis Chapel. A Q&A session will follow. On Friday, November 12, she will lead the in-person Good Trouble Conversation: How Catholicism Empowers Us to Fight for Liberation. This event will begin at 9:30 am in the Chapel.
Description: 
Description of breakout sessions: “The purpose of the breakout sessions for this Good Trouble Conversation was threefold. First, to have the audience constitute themselves into small groups by engaging with and appropriating the conversation norms of respect, trust, and sharing the air. Second, to practice openness, empathy and self-awareness through small-group conversation on the following prompts: What key experiences have shaped how you think about liberation? What empowers and sustains you in the work towards liberation? As you listened to Olga Segura, what seized your imagination? Filled you with joy and gratitude? Broke your heart? What would your small group collectively want to share out with the whole group and with Olga Segura from your conversation? Third, to harvest the fruits of those small-group conversations on large-sticky notes; to share them back with the whole group; and to offer Olga Segura the opportunity to engage with participants by responding to those conversations.”
Publisher: 
Regis University
Contributor: 
Segura, Olga
Contributor: 
Taylor, Jason
Date: 
2021-11-12
Date: 
2021-11-11
Type: 
Audio; Text; Image
Subject: 
Catholics
Subject: 
Black lives matter movement
Subject: 
Social justice
Source: 
Regis University Library - Archives and Special Collections
Rights: 
IN COPYRIGHT - EDUCATIONAL USE PERMITTED