Jodie Geddes to Present Scholar’s Convocation, Workshops, and Mini Trainings
Our campus community is excited to welcome Jodie Geddes, an international speaker on restorative justice, author, and advocate for racial healing and justice who creates spaces for imagination and deep conversation around issues of race and equity.
During her visit Oct. 27–29, Geddes will explore with us restorative justice principles and practices, harm and conflict, and racial healing. She will also offer experiential trainings and mini workshops.
On Thursday, Oct. 27, Geddes will present two events that are open to the general public:
- Scholar’s Convocation, “Defining Community: Resistance and Discovery” at 11 a.m. in Rosenfield Center, Room 101
- Book Talk, at 3 p.m. (RSVP is required)
As the Restorative Practices Committee and Restorative Practices Ambassador Group continue their series on “Living Our Values: Promoting Belonging in a Restorative and Engaged Community,” they invite the campus community to participate in as many of the scheduled events during Geddes visit as they are able. Faculty, staff, and students can find a schedule of events in the Campus Memo and at Restorative Practices.