Join the Harvard Office for Equity, Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging on February 14–16 for Harvard's annual Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging Forum which will bring the Harvard community together to learn and engage with critical EDIB topics. All Harvard affiliates are invited to attend and participate.
The Forum will begin with a pre-conference session on February 14, followed by two full days of virtual and in-person keynote speakers and breakout sessions on February 15 and 16.
Reckoning and Transformation
This year’s theme, Reckoning and Transformation, invites community members to prioritize truth-seeking, join in conversations and work together to fully understand the University's history and actions. This reckoning will acknowledge the need for healing and accountability, with the goal of transforming the University today.
The Forum will elevate and prioritize truth-seeking and reckoning with our past in order to more fully understand our history and actions, and using what we've learned to inform healing, restoration, and accountability in our community. It is essential that the process does not overlook either action, and hence, our decision to uplift both in the theme of the forum.
The EDIB Forum sessions will explore strategies for grappling with collective trauma, develop equity driven anti-racist practices, confront climate change through an equity lens, and more.
You can watch some of last year's sessions on the 2022 EDIB Forum playlist on the OEDIB YouTube Channel.