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FAMU recognizes that our student body comes from all over the world with differences in economic, political, social, and other backgrounds. We will embrace the factors that may cause both human similarities and differences. Some of the factors that cause human differences are age, beliefs, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, race, national origin, physical ability or attributes, religion, sexual orientation, social class, values, and a host of others.
FAMU recognizes our University as “one body” where every student is a human being and will be treated with the utmost respect and dignity regardless of our differences.
Why is it important to understand Civility and Civil Discourse?
Civility and Civil Discourse is more than just saying that you are committed, support, and embrace varying viewpoints. It means that you:
What are the benefits of supporting Civility and Civil Discourse?
In a world with rapidly changing demographics, students need to understand civility and civil discourse. This understanding will better prepare students for the work environment after graduation. It will also aid them in learning how to navigate difficult conversations and embrace differences for the betterment of their community.