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April Virtual Displays

Welcome to McQuade Library's Social Justice Month Resources Guide! Since April is a month of multiple themes, we decided to cover them all under the umbrella of Social Justice Month. The tabs on the left will lead you to events, virtual book displays, pod

Unity in Diversity

Unity in Diversity Days, a two-day program, is now in its fourth semester and is sponsored by the President’s Initiative on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI). The program features a diverse group of scholars, artists and advocates, designed to broaden and deepen our understanding of systemic inequalities with a focus on current issues. Some of the topics we highlight this semester include diversity in education, restorative justice, the role of art in transforming communities, health disparities, and the future of gender inclusivity. Additionally, speakers will share knowledge and strategies, designed to enhance our awareness and ability to overcome inequities on campus and in the workplace by taking care of ourselves and one another while building communities rooted in accountability and intersectional justice.

Who Should Attend
All events are free and open to the public but require pre-registration. To pre-register, please review details on the April 5 event or April 6 event pages.

Event Details
This campus-wide programming is sponsored by the President’s initiative on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) in collaboration with the Office of the Provost and the Office of Multicultural Initiatives to promote diversity, equity, inclusion and social justice.