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Theory of Enchantment: An Unconventional Approach to DEI

Ever wonder if the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion programs you have at work are effective and are actually addressing your employees', colleagues', and customers’ needs?

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Theory of Enchantment: An Unconventional Approach to DEI

April 18, 7pm-9pm

The Sanctuary, 670 4th Ave N, Fargo



In this Brave Conversation, Chloé Valdary will talk about how an unconventional approach to DEI could actually lead to better understanding and promote inclusive spaces.


FMWF Chamber Members receive first access! Event will open to the public on February 15th.


GOLD ($85) ticket includes:

  • An impactful evening taking in Chloe's message while meeting others in the community
  • DEI certificate 
  • Membership to the Theory of Enchantment program with app ($350 value!) 

SILVER ($45) ticket includes:

  • An impactful evening taking in Chloe's message while meeting others in the community


About Chloe:

Chloé Valdary is an American writer, lecturer and developer of the Theory of Enchantment. After spending a year as a Bartley fellow at the Wall Street Journal, Chloé Valdary developed The Theory of Enchantment, an innovative framework for compassionate antiracism that combines social emotional learning (SEL), character development, and interpersonal growth as tools for leadership development in the boardroom and beyond.




About the Brave Conversations Project:

Honoring the legacy of the late MHA Nation Elder and North Dakota historian Marilyn Hudson, the Brave Conversations Project builds community through conversation and inviting everyone to have a seat at the table. These events feature a presentation by today’s leading problem solvers followed with facilitated table discussion. 




HND Value Statement

Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this program, do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities or Humanities North Dakota. However, in an increasingly polarized world, we at Humanities North Dakota believe that being open-minded is necessary to thinking critically and rationally. Therefore, our programs and classes reflect our own open-mindedness in the inquiry, seeking, and acquiring of scholars to speak at our events and teach classes for our Public University. To that end, we encourage our participants to join us in stepping outside our comfort zones and considering other perspectives and ideas by being open-minded while attending HND events featuring scholars who hold a variety of opinions, some being opposite of our own held beliefs.



Humanities North Dakota classes and events are funded in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities

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