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June 25 and July 8: A Long Talk About The Uncomfortable Truth – Two-Part Series

Following the impactful presentation by ‘A Long Talk’ at the 2024 PSO DEI Forum, we are excited to announce a two-part follow-up series with Kamal Carter to continue the critical conversation. If you missed the forum, we welcome you joining us for this series.

Event Details:

What: “A Long Talk About The Uncomfortable Truth” – Two-Part Series


  • Part 1: June 25, 2024, 12- 2 PM
  • Part 2: July 8, 2024, 12-2 PM

Where: Hybrid (In person on the Seattle campus and via Zoom)
Speaker: Kamal Carter, President of ‘A Long Talk’

Why Attend?

A Long Talk” is an anti-racism activation experience that sheds light on the enduring and deliberate systems of oppression in the United States. Co-Founders, Kamal Carter and Kyle Williams have engaged universities, nonprofits, and corporations nationally to take part in   ongoing conversations about our complex and shared history that has had lasting effects on marginalized groups in society today. This follow-up event is designed to delve deeper into these truths and provide a platform for open, honest discussions about our shared history. It will also offer practical tools for engaging in these essential conversations and fostering a culture of individual change and collective anti-racist activism. Those that did not attend the 2024 Diversity Forum are welcome and encouraged to attend these two sessions.

What to Expect:

  • Interactive and immersive sessions among participants and facilitators
  • Honest exploration of uncomfortable truths
  • Strategies for productive and respectful dialogue
  • Opportunities to connect with like-minded individuals committed to anti-racism activism

How to Register:

To sign up for this transformative experience, please register at the following link by June 20, 2024:

We look forward to your participation in this vital continuation of our journey toward understanding and dismantling systemic oppression. Together, we can create a more inclusive and equitable future.