East Coast Dialogue -- March 11 (New York City)
Hosted by the NYU Wagner Graduate School of Public Service
West Coast Dialogue -- March 28 (Los Angeles)
Hosted by the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs
To develop an approach that prepares students at NASPAA schools – the future leaders of public service in local, national, and international contexts – to better understand and diminish the systemic, institutional, and structural barriers to equality and equity in the U.S. and globally.
To share best practices, generating ideas for advancement at our individual schools/departments/programs, and developing next steps as a community of schools committed to social justice education.
Teams of 3-5 people (including at least one student, faculty, and administrator) from public affairs/administration graduate school may attend either the East Coast or West Coast Dialogue and participate in a day-long workshop designed to investigate ways to incorporate the analytic lenses best suited to address issues of inequality and equity in our schools’ teaching, research, extracurricular offerings, and service.
We will cover the costs of the workshop, including breakfast, lunch, and afternoon reception. We also have available funding to cover some of your accommodations.
For more information on the West Coast Dialogue, please contact:
Waiyi Tse at firstname.lastname@example.org 
These dialogues are made possible through the generous support of the Ford Foundation.