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Social Justice Symposia

The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion is hosting its fall symposia on Monday, October 7 and Tuesday, October 8.
Students, along with faculty sponsors and guest panelists, present Fall Symposia featuring sessions on topics including Climate Justice; Privilege and its Implications at Buckley; Which Box Do I Check: Middle Eastern Identity; social stratification and income inequality; community conversations on law enforcement; the power of words-a middle school conversation; and global citizenship and Gen Z.  Symposia provides an opportunity for our community to be in conversation around issues that impact both society and the Buckley community. As a learning community, teachers attend sessions with their classes and are encouraged to continue the discussion in classrooms and advisories.  

For more information on these topics, click here.

Other News

List of 4 news stories.

  • Spirit Day

    On Thursday, October 17, Lower, Middle, and Upper School students were invited to replace any item of their uniform with purple clothing to stand against bullying, in support of LGBTQ+ youth, and in recognition of Spirit Day.
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  • Keep It Kind Month

    Chuck Neddermeyer
    Students in the Middle School got to enjoy their own special programming during the recent Fall Social Justice Symposium series.
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  • World Dance Workshop

    On Friday, October 11, our dance students headed off-campus for a full day of dance rehearsal!
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  • Rituals of Remembrance

    Matthew Wittmer
    The Robert Young Library has a new exhibit! 
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