Day two of Martin Luther King, Jr. Days of Dialogue begins with a coffee discussion. There are five events taking place the second day.

- EQUAL GROUNDS: COFFEE AND CONVERSATION
   8:00 a.m.
   Washakie Lower Level

Continue the conversation on Equity in the Equality State with peers and a cup of coffee every morning, Tuesday through Friday. Follow-up dialogue on programs from previous day’s events as well as special topics on equity and social justice will begin at 8:00 a.m. in the Lower Level of Washakie.

- #ITooAmWyoming: CHALLENGING RACIAL MICROAGGRESSIONS ON CAMPUS
   12:15 – 1:15 p.m.
   Wyoming Union Center Ballroom

Over the past year, students of color across the United States have launched innovative campaigns aimed at raising awareness about racial microaggressions and their effects on campus climate. This workshop aims to engage UW students, faculty, and staff in a rigorous and reflexive dialogue about racial microaggressions on our own campus and what we can collectively do to foster a safe and inclusive campus climate.  Participants will be split into small groups to engage in a carefully facilitated dialogue about Black student experiences of racial animus on campus and how various stakeholders can practically work towards the promotion of a more inclusive campus climate. It is, ultimately, our hope that this one-hour workshop will be transportable to smaller units, programs, and RSO’s across campus to foster campus-wide dialogue and activity.

- EQUITY IN EDUCATION: AN ONLINE DIALOGUE
   Hosted by the UW Alumni Association
   4:00-5:00 p.m.
Online -- Click here to register

Join us online to network and dialogue about key education issues in Wyoming. During 6-10 minute chat sessions, share ideas and resources with other UW alumni, current students, staff, faculty, and other UW/Wyoming community members. Dialogue will focus on three main areas that affect equity in our state's education system:  American Indian education; access to Higher Education; and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) education. Registration is free, but required. Click here to register for this event.

- "THE NEGRO ZONE" FILM AND DISCUSSION
   5:00 p.m.
   Wyoming Union Ballroom

The Negro Zone is a journey through exploring stereotypes using film and workshop. This program looks at the stereotypes of African American men using the award winning short film, The Negro Zone, followed by the hard hitting "hot seat" panel discussion with the film’s co-writer Atif Lanier.

- FRAMES OF REFERENCE: A GALLERY OF WORDS
   Every day, Feb 2-7, 2015
   Wyoming Union Skylight Lounge

We all see the world through different frames of reference. Visit the gallery of words in the Skylight Lounge to experience others’ and share your own. This exhibit is open for public viewing and interaction Feb 2-7 during Wyoming Union hours.