Thank you for your interest in our workshops. Our Allyship, Equity, Inclusive Leadership, Restorative Justice and Respect workshops will be offered starting Summer B.

We encourage you to check out our Foundational Diversity Workshop and other resources.

Please continue to visit our site for updates.

It’s Time to Get Real

REAL TALK is our comprehensive diversity education program. REAL stands for “Respect, Equity and Allyship for Leaders” and gradually introduces participants to key concepts of diversity education and identity exploration. REAL Talk is facilitated by Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) Peer Educators and staff from Multicultural and Diversity Affairs. All D&I facilitators have gone through an intensive training to prepare for REAL Talk, as well as how to best educate attendees of each workshop.

Begin your Journey

The series begins with our Foundational Diversity Workshop training. Every participant will first watch this video to gain an understanding of diversity and inclusion and then further explore more advanced topics.

Real Talk Workshops

Click the Boxes below to learn more about each of our workshops offered as well as register. All participants must start with the Respect series and complete the Foundational Diversity Workshop training and supplemental intersectionality education prior to participating in the Equity, Allyship and Inclusive Leadership series. All workshops will be held virtually, and registration is required and capped at 45 participants. As a courtesy, if you are no longer able to attend, please cancel your registration at least 24 hours in advance to allow others to register.
These virtual workshops are only for UF students who are currently enrolled.





REAL Talk: CommUNITY Convos

Students have the opportunity to join in on virtual roundtable discussions to explore concepts and current trends related to inclusion efforts and diversity education. Online CommUNITY Convos will be offered throughout the semester to engage in meaningful dialogue around respect, equality, and allyship! All levels of awareness are welcome to join in on the discussion. Pre-registration is required.

The workshop series offered by Multicultural and Diversity Affairs does not replace the required diversity education training that would lift a hold from your account.