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UPCOMING EVENTS

 

EventDate and TimeLocation
The U.S. Immigrant Journey: A Food Story January 18-22 Dining Hall
Exhibition: Native Art Department International, Bureau of Aesthetics January 22- April 16 Crisp Ellert Art Museum 
Cultural Celebration Friday, January 22: 1:00pm-2:00pm Virtual, Register on SaintsConnect 
Curator Talk with Julie Paoli on Native Art Department International Friday, January 22: 4:00pm-5:00pm Virtual, Register on SaintsConnect 
Saints Alliance Peer Mentoring Information Sessions Friday, January 22: 5:00pm-6:00pm Virtual, Register on SaintsConnect  
English Department Open Mic Night  Friday, January 22: 7:00pm-9:00pm Virtual, Register on SaintsConnect 

Brown Bags and Books: White Fragility

(Foreword, Introduction, Chapter 1) 

Wednesday, February 3: 12:03pm-1:00pm Virtual, Join Book Club Here 

Brown Bags and Books: White Fragility

(Chapters 2 & 3)

Wednesday, February 17: 12:03pm-1:00pm Virtual, Join Book Club Here 

Brown Bags and Books: White Fragility

(Chapters 4 & 5)

Wednesday, March 3: 12:03pm-1:00pm Virtual, Join Book Club Here 

Brown Bags and Books: White Fragility

(Chapters 6 & 7)

Wednesday, March 17: 12:03pm-1:00pm Virtual, Join Book Club Here 

Brown Bags and Books: White Fragility

(Chapters 8 & 9)

Wednesday, March 31: 12:03pm-1:00pm Virtual, Join Book Club Here 

Brown Bags and Books: White Fragility

(Chapters 10 & 11)

Wednesday, April 14: 12:03pm-1:00pm Virtual, Join Book Club Here 

Brown Bags and Books: White Fragility

(Chapter 12 & Closing Conversation)

Wednesday, April 28: 12:03pm-1:00pm  Virtual, Join Book Club Here  

  Please visit Saints Connect for more information on our events!

 

Past Events

The events listed below are events that have already been held by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion. See above for upcoming events! 

Spring 2021
EventDateLocation
Diversity & Inclusion Week Information Table January 12 Lewis Memorial Gazebo
Diversity & Inclusion Week Information Table  January 14  Lewis Memorial Gazebo 
Diversity & Inclusion Week: 36th Annual Commemorative Dr. Martin Luther King Brunch January 18 Auditorium and Virtual 
Diversity & Inclusion Week: Debunking the Sapphire: The Angry Black Woman Stereotype January 18 Flagler Room and Virtual
Diversity & Inclusion Week: We are Flagler College: Banner Making January 18 Residence Halls
Diversity & Inclusion Week: DiversiTEES with the Office of Diversity and Inclusion  January 19  Lewis Memorial Gazebo 
Diversity & Inclusion Week: Joy Harjo, Crazy Brave, and the Craft of Writing  January 19   Virtual
Diversity & Inclusion Week: Forum on Government & Public Policy featuring William Douglas January 19  Virtual
Diversity & Inclusion Week: An Evening with Joy Harjo January 19  Virtual
Diversity & Inclusion Week: P.L.A.N.T.: Plant Life and Nurture Transformation January 20  Lewis Memoral Gazebo
Diversity & Inclusion Week: Walk Through Pride January 20  Student Center
Diversity & Inclusion Week: Diverse Alumni Panel  January 20 Virtual 
Diversity & Inclusion Week: Deaf College Student Panel January 21  Virtual  
Diversity & Inclusion Week: Diversity in Mental Health January 21 Lewis Memorial Gazebo
Diversity & Inclusion Week: Promoting Diversity in Higher Education: Retention Strategies for Diverse Faculty and Staff January 21 Virtual 
Diversity & Inclusion Week: Fearless Conversations: Inequity in Public Policy January 21 Virtual 
Diversity & Inclusion Week: Beychella: The Revival January 21 Virtual 
Diversity & Inclusion Week: Cultural Celebration January 22 Virtual
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Fall 2020

Event

Date and Time

Location

Hispanic Heritage Month

September 15-October 15

Various

Movie Viewing: Coco (in Partnership with the Office of Student Activities)

September 17, 6pm & 8pm

6pm Virtually

8pm On the Green at the Complex

Rosh Hashana Observance

September 21

Student Center

Fearless Conversations: Police and Social Justice: A Complex Conversation About a Complex Calling

September 24, 5:30pm

Virtual

Hispanic/Latino Students: Asset Based Programs & Support Services to Ensure Persistence & Completion

September 29, 9am-10:30am

Webinar

LGBTQ+ History Month

October

Various

Racial Battle Fatigue: Manage Student Frictions Surrounding Race & Encourage Dialogue to Move Equity Forward on Your Campus

October 1

Webinar

Oktoberfest (in partnership with Aramark and the International Center)

October 9, 11am-1:30pm

Dining Hall

Hispanic/Latino Students: Asset Based Programs & Support Services to Ensure Persistence & Completion

October 12, 3:30pm

Webinar

LGBTQIA 101 with Courtney Drew

St. Augustine Campus

October 8, 6pm-7:30pm 

October 9th, 3pm-4:30pm 

October 20th, 10am-11:30am 

Webinar

All sessions will be repeated. Each attendee only needs to attend once to receive the information.

Racism in the US Education System

October 22, 5:30pm

Virtual

Dia De Los Muertos Observance 

November 2, 1pm-3pm

Student Center

Dia De Los Muertos Celebration Dinner 

November 2, 5pm-8pm

Ponce Hall Dining Hall

Post-Election Processing

November 5, 3pm 

Virtual

Microaggressions and Implicit Bias Workshop

November 10, 5pm-7pm

Virtual

Harry Potter Week: J K Rowling Discussion

November 11, 7pm

Virginia Room

Wampum / ᎠᏕᎳ ᏗᎦᎫᏗ: A Performance by Elisa Harkins

November 12, 5pm-6:30pm

Virtual

Performance by Quese IMC 

November 17, 1pm-2pm 

Virtual 

The 2020 Election in Perspective

November 19, 5:30pm

Virtual

Develop a Race-Based Education Program for your White Students

November 23, 3pm 

Virtual 

Native American Heritage Month 

November 

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