Red Talks

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Red Talks: Uncommon Voices on Topics That Matter

Red Talks is a speaker series featuring intersectional voices on a range of topics under the umbrella of inclusive excellence at Seattle University. Led by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion in partnership with the Office of the Provost, the series aims to elevate faculty voices at SU across disciplines, as well as the voices of prominent thought leaders in the broader community.

Each season of Red Talks features a different theme or emphasis. 

2022-2023 Red Talks

“Freedom Dreaming”: Intersectional Voices on Collective Liberation

Season 3 of Red Talks provided a forum to explore what it means to empower community, nurture radical inclusion, and imagine transformation. View recordings from the 2022-2023 season below. 

Red Talk with Professor Dean Spade, J.D. (Fall 2022)

Red Talk with Professor Sharon Suh, PhD (Winter 2023)

2019-2020 Red Talks

Historically Marginalized Male Voices at the Intersection

Season 2 of Red Talks provided a forum for exploring historically marginalized male voices. View recordings from the 2019-2020 season below. 

Red Talk with Alvin Sturdivant, EdD, VP of Student Student Development

2018-2019 Red Talks

Women's Voices at the Intersection

The inaugural season of Red Talks provided a forum for exploring women’s leadership. View recordings from the 2018-2019 season below. 

Red Talk with Professor Brooke Coleman, J.D. (Fall 2018)

Red Talk with Professor Holly Ferraro, Ph.D. (Winter 2019)

Red Talk with Professor Rosa Joshi, MFA (Spring 2019)

Red Talks – Student Edition (2019)