Kantara Souffrant will present “Teaching Diaspora in Museums: A Haitian Art Case Study” to celebrate Latinx Heritage Month.
The Study Abroad Team will be hosting a two-day event featuring both long-term and short-term programs, October 27-28.
The First Gen Redbirds and MECCPAC joined together to provide supplies for students on campus during these uncertain times.
The Culturally Responsive Campus Community (CRCC) Conference will have a new look for 2020, and a refocus on its original purpose—confronting anti-Blackness.
Artist and writer Dr. Alberto Ledesma of the University of California, Berkeley, is a virtual visiting artist to open this year’s Latin Heritage Month.
As modern-day foot soldiers march in the biggest city of a nation they believe has not always delivered the same promises to certain groups of people, they often gather at the site created by an Illinois State doctoral alum.
One with the Original Source Divinely Feminine in All Your Glory exhibit by alumna Venise Lashon Keys ’16 is on display in Rachel Cooper Hall at Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies.
Student Access and Accommodation Services is taking the lead to expand opportunities for universal student learning during the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The Multicultural Center along with Student Counseling Services is hosting the virtual Healing Justice Circle for Black Students at 3 p.m. on July 23 via Zoom.
In the face of unprecedented events, the University’s recognition ceremonies forged ahead and found new ways to celebrate 2020 graduates.