Critical Conversations is a campus-wide programming series aimed to bring the community together to discuss critical issues of the 21st century that have historical roots. Local and global socio-political issues affect each of us in unique and disparate ways. This program provides a platform for us to share personal opinions and perspectives that aid in building new and evolving queries about complex social issues collectively, such as White Supremacy and Violent Masculinity. As a cross-departmental hosted event, Critical Conversation not only encourages conversations across roles, but acknowledges the value of a transdisciplinary and multi-positional approach to diversity, equity and inclusion work. Using InSpace as the primary platform and the World Café model for conversations across differences, participants will apply social justice tools, such as reflective listening, to encourage courageous honesty, curious listening, and compassionate querying.