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Diversity Dialogues

Western Carolina University’s Diversity Dialogues series explores issues of diversity and inclusion on our campus, in our community, and across the globe. Our latest dialogue addresses the issue of women in leadership – a topic that is particularly relevant following the election of a record number of women to congressional seats. Our dialogues bring unique perspectives to the table so that we might all learn from those who see the world through a lens different from our own.

Exploring Diversity - Additional Dialogues

Conversations on Color


Diversity round table discussion

In honor of Black History Month, we captured stories from African American students in our first ever Diversity Dialogue.

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Being Latino


Nancy Pacheco

As WCU's Hispanic student population becomes the largest minority group on campus, we explore life as a Latino student.

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Cherokee Culture


Women of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, speaking at the Cherokee Center.

Celebrating our campus theme of "Cherokee," we connect with the unique and diverse experiences of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians at WCU. 

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