Civility means consistently treating people with consideration and respect, valuing the culture and humanity of others. Show Me Respect is our effort to create a culture of civility at the University of Missouri. Just as each student, staff member, and faculty member makes a unique contribution to the university community, so we ask that each of us contribute to the culture of civility. Find out what you can do in your area to make the University a better place for everyone to work and learn.
Join the Triangle Coalition in a discussion on "Horizontal Hostitlity and Respectability Politics", the idea that those with marginalized identities should conform to the morals of the majority in order to be seen as a respected member of society will be explored in this one hour discussion from 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. in the MU LGBTQ Lounge at the MU Student Center. For more information about the event, contact the LGBTQ Resource Center at LGBTQ@missouri.edu.
This event is sponsored by the Triangle Coalition. TriCo is Mizzou's longest standing LGBTQIA student organization.
As part of the Show Me Respect Yellow Button project, yellow buttons (in addition to the thousands of white buttons) are being distributed across the MU campus. As each recipient experiences an act of kindness, he or she is encouraged to pass the button along to the person who has shown kindness and respect and then to log that act here on this website. One good turn deserves another.
View the button log and acts of kindness that ordinarily go unnoticed and unremarked.