The Lane Center for Social and Racial Equity is an extension of Wesleyan’s work on campus and its commitment to promote and foster diversity and inclusion and uphold equity and justice in all areas of the College. This includes making transparent and holding accountability for Wesleyan’s commitment to creating an anti-racist campus community and provide DEIJ (Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice) training, workshops, and facilitations for Wesleyan constituents utilizing the Interactivity Foundation/Diversity and Inclusion Discussions model (IF/DID). Opportunities for community members to come together will be offered physically and virtually through the College and our community partner, the Tubman Museum.
For more information, contact Dean Tonya Parker, chief diversity officer and dean for equity and inclusion.
Each of these campus leaders bring unique perspective, knowledge, expertise, and skills to further the mission of the Center.
The Advisory Council is co-chaired by the Wesleyan College president and chief diversity officer and includes faculty, staff, trustees, and alumnae. The faculty diversity liaison, chair of faculty council, and chair of staff council serve as ex-officio members.
The council provides leadership, develops strategies, and models respect and inclusivity to promote diversity, inclusion, and equity and respond to issues of social justice in all areas of the College. These issues include: diversity in student populations; curricular diversity; recruitment, mentoring, and retention of a diverse faculty; creating a campus climate that accepts and appreciates diversity; implementing diversity-themed programming to promote collegial relationships on campus and in the larger Macon community; and other issues as they arise and complement the committee’s charge.
Throughout the year the Center collaborates with other campus organizations to provide presentations and events that promote the mission of the Center.
Phase I – Bring your leadership team to the Center to experience Diversity and Inclusion Dialogues led by Center staff and volunteers.
Phase II - Train your leaders to be DID facilitators in your school, business or organization.
Consult with Center staff to conduct an equity audit in your school, business, or organization.
Wesleyan College is privileged to steward many arts and cultural events and share them with the community. Most are free and open to the public. Wesleyan art galleries are open M-F 1-5PM and on Wesleyan Market Saturdays from 10AM-2PM.Event listing
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