De-Stereotype Me Day is a silent dialogue that allows people to share publically stereotypes that have been imposed on them. Sustained Dialogue set up a table in the SUB and invited students, staff, faculty, and campus guests to write anonymously a stereotype that had been imposed on them. These were publically displayed inthe Leigh Lounge and people were invited to consider the stereotypes presented. 

De-Stereottype Me Day had 200 stereotypes shared onto the display boards and was viewed by 500 students and faculty.