November 20
"Two Spirits" Film Screening and Discussion
Popp Martin Student Union Theater

 

 

In celebration of American Indian Heritage Month, join the Multicultural Resource Center for a film screen and discussion of "Two Spirits."

For more information, please contact Regena Brown at rybrown1@uncc.edu or 704-687-7123.  

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7:00 PM
November 30
Women of Color Connections: Faith and Meditation
Popp Martin Student Union 267

Women of Color Connections are an opportunity to create and strengthen connections for women students of color at UNC Charlotte.

The connections will converge around topics and events that are particularly relevant and interesting to women of color. Conversations will focus on the experiences of women of color at the graduate level, however undergraduate students (especially those that have desires to attend graduate school in the future) are welcome to attend.  

This is a collaboration between the Multicultural Resource Center and the Center for Gradate Life.  

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6:00 PM
December 1
Activate! Social Justice Institute Application Deadline


Date: Application will open August 21, 2017. You must apply by December 1, 2017 to be considered for this program. All applicants will be notified of their status by December 8, 2017.

Activate! is a semester-long leadership series that focuses on social justice, equity and activism, and is open to all undergraduate students.

This experience is intended for the social justice-minded and those who would like to explore various areas of social change and activism.

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5:00 PM
December 4
{WE MOVE}: Power and Privilege
Popp Martin Student Union 267

The {WE MOVE} Series is the MRC’s newest gender programming initiative.

{WE MOVE} is the fusion of the Women Empowerment Series and the Men of Value and Excellence Series and aims at exploring issues and topics related to all gender identities.

{WE MOVE} includes topics relevant to female, male, gender nonconforming, and Trans identified individuals. This is a discussion-based series, so all are encouraged to lend their voice to the conversation.

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3:30 PM
January 16
MLK Celebration 2018
Cone University Center McKnight Hall

Join the University community to celebrate the life, work, and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Jan. 16, 2018 at 3:30 p.m.in the Cone University Center, McKnight Hall. The event is free and open to the public. 

The theme for the 2018 MLK Celebration is From #Hashtag to Action: Actualizing the Dream. The program will feature a keynote speaker, recognition of campus partners, and a candle lighting ceremony.

There will be a community reception immediately following the program in the Lucas Room.

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3:30 PM