What does it mean to "look mixed"? Truth is: there isn't one look. Join us in viewing a photo gallery of Multiracial & Biracial identifying UMD students & take a glimpse into their story! Contact: Multibiracial Student Association, email@example.com
The Stamp, Atrium
Housing artifacts representing the diversity and individuality of our campus community, join us in take a moment to appreciate the value and meaning of each artifact within the context of an individual and collective identity Contact: Priya, firstname.lastname@example.org
Start the first Wednesday of each month on a sunny note and join us for bagels, muffins, coffee, and juice at the Atrium in Stamp Student Union! See you soon,
For More Info Visit: stamp.md.edu/TOCSL
This brunch brings together students of different cultural backgrounds to discuss the struggles that stem from interracial relationships. This is a safe space to openly discussion their struggles and build a supportive community.
Sponsored by: Multiracial Biracial Student Association + MICA
Dive into the difficult waters of race, politics, and art with Ahamefule J. Oluo and Ijeoma Oluo as they tell the story of their origin as Black identifying, multi-racial siblings raised in Seattle by a white single mother.
Sponsored by: The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center Artist Partner Programs, Office of Diversity & Inclusion, UMD Graduate School, + Voices of Social Change
Join us for an informal meet and greet with the Vice President for Student Affairs, Dr. Patty Perillo.
Bow Tie and Friends essentially is a unique art project telling collective stories of undocumented Asian American Pacific Islanders (AAPIs) in an authentic, diverse, and intimate way through drawings, poetry, and interviews in a tarot card format. Much like how conventional tarot cards have a different symbol or meaning on each card, Bo's tarot cards each showcase one facet of the multi-dimensional undocumented experience through storytelling and poetry from directly impacted AAPIs. This project was co-reated by Bo Thai and Madeleine Villanueva, and made possible thanks to Judy Wu, UCI spirit, and friends.
RSVP at go.umd.edu/bowtie
Join UMD MICA for a night of poetry, spoken word, and music presented by queer, trans, and AAPI performers! Not queer, AAPI, or both? No problem! All are welcome to perform and embrace our intersections. This event may include (but is not limited to) performances that express: immigrant narratives and resilience, mental and emotional health, decolonization, resistance, celebration and so much more!
This year's featured performer will be Gowri K, a queer Tamil American poet based in Washington, DC.
Food will be provided!
To participate, fill out the form found at go.umd.edu/qaapi
RSVP at go.umd.edu/qamono