A panel of American Indian community members and scholars discuss the Indian Child Welfare Act legislation, designed to protect the rights of children and families when there is involvement with the protective services system. Blessing ceremony at 3:30 pm. Panel at 4:30 pm.
Pronounced as “cutie pock,” stands for queer and trans people of color. QTPOC Thursdays is a weekly gathering space for queer and trans people of color to ask questions, explore, and dialogue about gender, sexuality, race, ableism, politics, pop culture and so much more every Thursday.
Awareness is the first step to any kind of change. Join the Center for Student Involvement as it raises awareness for diabetes. Collaboratively we will help make a difference in the lives of all those impacted by diabetes. Free resources and materials will be provided. (Collaborating with SHC, Nutritional Science)
Journalist Clay Cane shares from his collection of personal essays on the nuances of race, class, gender, sexuality, and faith in society. With honesty and humor, Cane candidly reflects on the heartbreaking, triumphant, and unforgettable moments in the lives of people of color who identify as LGBT and also as people with a religious/spiritual life.
Plot your student leadership journey though the U-lead program as you explore personal, group, and community leadership competencies. Thanksgiving is around the corner. Plot your journey of success with learning what to say and how to discuss different topics at the dinner table.
Do you criticize or judge yourself harshly after every mistake that you make? Is your desire to be perfect keeping you from being successful in your academic life and relationships? This group will help you to accept your flaws and shortcomings as a way to increase overall satisfaction with your life.