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The Multicultural Programming Committee’s primary mission is to coordinate and implement comprehensive educational, cultural and social programs that celebrate diverse cultural contributions. These programmatic efforts are designed to promote dialogue while creating opportunity for students to develop and expand their cultural competencies. This knowledge combats biases, bigotry, and racism. The ultimate goal is to expose and educate all students to understand and appreciate racial and ethnic differences.
Latin Heritage Film Screening of Stateless
Latin Heritage Film Screening of Landfall
Latinx Faculty Coffee Talk
Latin Heritage & Native American Heritage Month Lecture with Rigoberta Menchu-Tum and Luis Argueta
Latin Heritage Lecture Presentation on The Emergency of Illegality: Psychosocial Stressors and Coping Strategies in Undocumented College Students
Native American Film Screening We Still Live Here
25th Anniversary of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Youth Breakfast
Black History Month Speaker - Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum, "The Cost of Silence: Why We Can’t Talk About Race and Why We Should"
Courageous Conversations - Dr. Robert Bullard, Environmental Justice, "Race, Power, and The Politics of Place: Environmental Justice"
Asian Heritage Celebration Speaker - Dr. Evelyn Hu-Dehart, "The Underside of Globalization"
Asian Heritage Celebration Film Screening on "Don’t Think I Forgot About Cambodia’s Lost Rock and Roll" with Director Lin Da Saphan
Asian Heritage Celebration Speaker - Dr. Suzy Kim, "Behind the Iron Curtain: Cold War Women in North Korea"
Latin Heritage Celebration Calendar
Confronting Injustice with Love & Music
The Multicultural Programming Committee members are:
For more information on the co-curricular programs, please email firstname.lastname@example.org