Black Girl Code seeks to provide a forum to bond and bring to light social injustices happening to black American women across the country.
Part advocacy, part celebration, part networking—the faculty/staff affinity group Organization of Latino Employees (OLÉ) began in 1989 at Illinois State.
The Founding Celebration will include some changes made as a result of campus conversations that coincided with the update of Illinois State’s strategic planning process.
The Peace and Conflict Resolution Studies Program at Illinois State University is accepting nominations and self-nominations for the Grabill-Homan Community Peace Prize.
The Culturally Responsive Campus Community Conference provides participants the chance to choose from among 60 talks, presentations, workshops, and discussions on ways to challenge oppression…
Professor of Agriculture Aslihan Spaulding is the recipient of a Living Our Values Award.
W. Fitzhugh Brundage, an eminent U.S. historian and author of Civilizing Torture: An American Tradition, will present the Robert G. Bone Distinguished Lecture at 7…
Salvador Vidal-Ortiz of American University will address how the term Latinx has become both a source of solidarity and contention.
Following pivotal moments in LGBTQ+ history provides insights into the evolution of Pride, and its impact on generations of the Redbird family.
Registration is open for the 2019 Culturally Responsive Campus Community Fall Conference with the theme “Building Solidarity Across Movements."…