October 2018

September 2018

  • Sep 27: Feminist Scholarship Award Winners
  • Sep 24: Dominion Lecture 2018
  • Sep 21: Pedagogy in Sequence: Teaching with the African American Comic Book Collection

April 2018

  • Apr 18: Activism at the Crossroads: Fugitive Sanctuary and Coalition Possibilities Through Queered Immigrant Politics
  • Apr 13: Africana Literatures & Cultures Workshop: Sofia Samatar
  • Apr 5: Working with Transgender and Gender Variant Populations: Health Considerations

March 2018

  • Mar 30: Film Series: Grandma
  • Mar 29: Taking Ownership: Making Films of Race and History
  • Mar 29: Film Series: Liberated: The New Sexual Revolution
  • Mar 23: Film Series: Frida
  • Mar 21: Africana Literatures & Cultures Workshop: Kwame Edwin Otu
  • Mar 17: Expanding Your Horizons Conference
  • Mar 16: Film Series: Iron Ladies of Liberia

February 2018

  • Feb 27: Brown Bag Presentation
  • Feb 26: V-Day Event
  • Feb 23: Africana Literatures & Cultures Workshop: Liseli Fitzpatrick
  • Feb 8: CFI Flashpoint on #metoo

December 2017

  • Dec 1: Africana Literatures and Cultures Workshop

November 2017

  • Nov 15: Trans 101/202 Professional Development Opportunity
  • Nov 12: Barbells and Brunch
  • Nov 3: MCGE Business Meeting

October 2017

  • Oct 28: STOMPMANIA
  • Oct 27: The Women
  • Oct 25: No Man's Land Film Festival
  • Oct 17: Covering Race, Ethnicity & Culture in a Divided America
  • Oct 14: Local and Vocal: Domestic Violence Awareness Month
  • Oct 12: Sisters in Session: Black Women in Academia Conference
  • Oct 5: Embracing Diversity and Social Justice: The use of creative methods in teaching, scholarship, and service with diverse communities
  • Oct 4: Lecture: Equal Pay for Equal Work
  • Oct 3: Katch 22: The Controversy With Police Brutality

September 2017

  • Sep 30: 20th International Festival
  • Sep 30: The March for Black Women
  • Sep 27: Peace Building in Colombia: Engaging Communities in Reconciliation and Healing
  • Sep 22: WGS 2017 Porch Party Reception
  • Sep 21: White Supremacy, Confederate Monuments, and Free Speech in Charlottesville
  • Sep 15: Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again: a play by Alice Birch
  • Sep 15: DACA recipient and activist solidarity march
  • Sep 13: ALANA African, Latino, Asian, Native American Network Opening Event (faculty & staff)

March 2017

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