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Upcoming 'Lunch with Vincent' to highlight DePaul's mission, anti-racism

Lunch with Vincent

These times are unprecedented, and Lunch with Vincent is paying attention. This year, the focus of DePaul's Lunches with Vincent will be on our Vincentian mission, diversity and anti-racism. The first event is set for Tuesday, Sept. 22 at 11:45 a.m. via Zoom. All DePaul faculty and staff are invited to attend. RSVPs are required.   

President A. Gabriel Esteban and Cynthia Pickett, DePaul's associate provost for diversity, equity and inclusion, are this month's featured speakers. They will discuss how the Vincentian mission influences their work, particularly in the areas of anti-racism. All those gathered at the event will have the opportunity to reflect and engage with each other over these very same questions. 

Lunch with Vincent
Tuesday, Sept. 22
11:45 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Lunch with Vincent is a twice-quarterly lunch and dialogue program hosted by the Division of Mission and Ministry for faculty and staff. This first lunch of the academic year will also be part of Vincent de Paul Heritage Week, set for Sept. 21-27.