Live the Oath: Human Dignity - Preservation of Campus Character


Live the Oath: Human Dignity - Preservation of Campus Character
for ATLAS Week: Empowering Humanity through Education and Service

"I will foster a community that welcomes all by recognizing the inherent dignity of each person." - Saint Louis University's Oath of Inclusion

The Diversity Leadership Cabinet in conjunction with the Student Government Association and the President's Diversity Council will be focusing on "safety" as it pertains to human dignity and how we as students need to foster an environment where we all feel socially, emotionally, and spiritually free and at ease. Adding the "human dignity" aspect will make clear what kind of "safety" concerns we are trying to address with our event. We see it as a three-step, very Jesuit, process.

Step 1: Listen - We will reach out and gather information that students have to give regarding their safety concerns on campus the week before ATLAS week via the diversity googledoc in the SGA mailer and our new "office hours" featuring various DLC Representatives.

Step 2: Reflect - We will compile the concerns we get from students via the googledoc and office hours and create a document (i.e. a concerns card). We will discuss those concerns with those students who will attend our actual event during ATLAS week and compare them to the policies that SLU already has in place or is already addressing (i.e. a fact card). Students will also be given a chance to voice any other concerns that are not being addressed by SLU's policies.

Step 3: Act - We will record and store all concerns brought to our attention and follow-up with SGA, respective administrators, and those that publicly voiced their concerns.


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