Roger Pledge Day
Roger Pledge Day will be a day dedicated to advancing our communal understanding of racial equity.
RWU’s Racism Stops With Me Campaign launched nearly one year ago, but there’s still work to be done. Each one of us must commit to learning what we each can do – individually and as a community – to make Roger Williams University an antiracist institution.
RWU Faculty, Staff, Students, Alumni, Parents and Friends are encouraged to participate.
Join individuals and teams across RWU who are committing to calling out racism and bias, and making the University a place where every member of our community feels a sense of belonging and can thrive at Roger.
Consider adding this line to your email signature: “I signed the Roger Pledge”.
Equitea Book & Media Club: Zami: A New Spelling Of My Name by Audre Lorde
3:00 p.m., Arch 239A
Community Viewing of the Loyola Project
Roger Williams University will be one of over 200 colleges and universities across the country who are viewing this powerful documentary. Join us for refreshments, and a post film discussion.
6:00 p.m., CAS 157.
Space is limited—secure your seat here.
Talk & Teach
Faculty are encouraged to highlight the pledge in their classes and make relevant connections to course materials and discussions.
Help Us By Volunteering
Student Clubs & Orgs we need your help! Sign up here for a tabling slot.
Share on Social Media
University Offices, clubs and organizations are encouraged to highlight the day through your social media accounts. Sign up here to receive social media tools and share your ideas.
Social Media Toolkit:
Use the hashtags #RWURogerPledge and #RWULawRogerPledge to share your support!