Join the Multicultural Center in these opportunities for cross cultural learning and engagement.
More Than a Word – Film
Tuesday, November 17th
“An exploration of Native American-based mascots, especially the Washington R_dskins, and their impact on real-life attitudes, issues, and policies. Through interviews with scholars, tribal leaders, lawyers, policy experts, activists, and Washington R_dskins fans, the film explores the history of the slanderous term "redskin," and delves into cultural stereotypes of Native Americans and their relationship to history. Ultimately, the film argues for representations that honor and celebrate the humanity of Indigenous people.”
Meeting ID: 819 697 3558
Culture Exchange – Nigeria
Wednesday, November 18th
Want to learn more about the world beyond Muncie? Attend the Culture Exchange program hosted by the Rinker Center for International Programs and the Multicultural Center! The Cultural Exchange Program is led by students native to their countries as we highlight the culture and tradition of these beautiful lands. Come join us and open yourself to a whole new world of possibilities. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
Perspectives Discussion: Minority Mental Health
Wednesday, November 18th
Perspectives is a monthly conversation about issues of diversity, social justice, and equity at Ball State University. This month, we discuss the stigma of mental health within marginalized communities and create a safe and inclusive space for discussion.
Meeting ID: 965 3488 5712
Voices: Race and Ethnicity Support Group
Thursday, November 19th (bi-weekly)
Voices is a racial and ethnic support group for students of color to share their experiences and find ways to cope while also supporting and learning from others. Sessions are led by staff of color and held bi-weekly on Thursdays. To participate, you may sign up on the Counseling Center’s outreach website.
Conversations on Diversity and Equity (CODE) – Incidents of Hate on Campus
Tuesday, November 24th
CODE is a monthly dialogue series designed to increase the awareness and cultural competency among faculty, staff, and students by exploring various dimensions of diversity and equity. This month’s CODE session will be about incidents of hate on campus. The presence of hate on campus can contribute to a hostile educational and workplace environment where students, faculty and staff may not feel secure and be their best selves. Join us for a discussion on ways to maintain a safe and welcoming learning environment while upholding the tenants of freedom of expression.
Meeting ID: 950 0870 0873
Wednesday, December 2nd
Kwanzaa is a pan-African holiday which celebrates family, community, and culture beginning on December 26 and ending on January 1. Kwanzaa was created in 1966 by Dr. Maulana Karenga, whose goal was to establish a holiday that would facilitate African American goals of building a strong family, learning about African American history, and developing unity. Join us to learn more about Kwanzaa from Lecturer of Sociology, John Anderson, who will educate us on the holiday and the seven principles.
Meeting ID: 929 1075 9424
All events and programs are sponsored by the Multicultural Center and Division of Student Affairs.
For accommodations or questions about physical access, call 765-285-1344 or e-mail email@example.com in advance of the program.