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EventDate and TimeLocation
Salad Bowl Mixer August 25, 5pm Virginia Room, 2nd Floor of Student Center
International Day of the Deaf: Lunch & Learn ASL Survival Signs September 22, 11:30am-1pm Bailey Lounge, Student Center
International Day of the Deaf: Movie viewing of A Quiet Place September 22, 8:30pm Markland Lawn
Thinkers and Leaders of a Better Tomorrow Annual Scholarship Deadline November 7, 11:59pm Apply here

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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! 

Fall 2021


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Spring 2021
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
Diversity & Inclusion Week: Curator Talk with Julie Paoli on Native Art Department International January 22 Virtual
Diversity & Inclusion Week: Saints Alliance Peer Mentoring Information Sessions January 22 Virtual
Diversity & Inclusion Week: English Department Open Mic Night  January 22 Virtual
Saints Supporting Saints Workshop #1: Let's Talk About Race February 26 Virtual 
Saints Supporting Saints Workshop #2: Leveraging the Roots of Resistance for Inclusive Transformation March 17 Virtual
Garden Gallery: Celebrating Trans Women  March 15-March 26 Student Center
Menstral Cycle Product Drive  March 24, 29, 31 Gazebo
Knock Down the House Screening & Discussion March 25 Virginia Room
Circles of Womanhood March 31 West Lawn
Saints Supporting Saints Workshop #3:  Your Skin Color Does Not Define Your True Color April 7 Virtual 
Moonlight Movie Screening April 9 Gamache Koger
The Queer Experience Panel April 14

Gamache Koger

#SayHerName with BFDC  April 15 Gamache Koger
Exhibition: Native Art Department International. Bureau of Aesthetics Jan 22- April 16 CEAM 
The Farewell Movie screening and discussion April 19  Virginia Room 
AAPI Diaspora Gallery April 19-26 Bailey Lounge
Global Take Back the Night with featured speakers Dr. Sandra Miles and Bryson Meadows April 29
Saints Supporting Saints Workshop #4:  Negotiating with Power May FCDC
Let's Talk about Race June 9 Library Staff


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Fall 2020


Date and Time


Hispanic Heritage Month

September 15-October 15


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


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

September 29, 9am-10:30am


LGBTQ+ History Month



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

October 1


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


LGBTQIA 101 with Courtney Drew

St. Augustine Campus

October 8, 6pm-7:30pm 

October 9th, 3pm-4:30pm 

October 20th, 10am-11:30am 


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


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 


Microaggressions and Implicit Bias Workshop

November 10, 5pm-7pm


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


Performance by Quese IMC 

November 17, 1pm-2pm 


The 2020 Election in Perspective

November 19, 5:30pm


Develop a Race-Based Education Program for your White Students

November 23, 3pm 


Native American Heritage Month 



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