Join us for a Safe Zone training in April! Student trainings and faculty/staff trainings available.
Are you looking to gain LEADERSHIP experience, BUILD your resume, have fun, and get paid?! Apply to be a UMAP (University Multicultural Competence and Peer Education) Ambassador and facilitate programs on cultural competency for your fellow students! We are seeking 10-15 new ambassadors for the 2017-2018 school year! Log in to OrgSync (gsu.orgsync.com) and join the Multicultural Center's page in order to access the application below. Deadline April 10!
If you are a graduating senior (Spring 2017, Summer 2017, and Fall 2017) that has attended at least three of our programs this academic year, please email Darius Wimby (email@example.com) to receive an invitation to this reception! We will celebrate and honor you for your efforts in academics and involvement with the Georgia State community and the metro-Atlanta community.
Exam week is coming! Take refuge in a Multicultural Center study space and our library!
Featuring student visual and performance art inspired and/or related to stories, storytelling and their lived experiences around the theme of hope and inspiration. Drop into the show, experience your classmates’ artwork, and engage in conversation!
Join us for a celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month 2017 with the theme of food and cooking! There will be a documentary showing, student organization tabling, and more!
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Students are invited to engage in a facilitated discussion about the experiences of intersecting identities on campus.
A series of conversations with faculty about their recent publications related to multiculturalism, social justice and/or diversity. This week we will host Dr. Marian Meyers, author of African American Women in the News: Gender, Race, and Class in Journalism.
ONGOING WEEKLY EVENTS
A weekly opportunity for students to come into the center to have conversations around a particular topic or identity. The program is designed to foster community building and support for Georgia State University students.
Pop in for pop tarts, pop, and pop culture! Pop Talks are informal weekly discussions (every Wednesday during the semester) about pop culture, national news, global events, hot button issues, social needs and/or anything related to multiculturalism, inclusion, diversity, and/or justice. Students should bring their own lunch, something they want to discuss, and a willingness to think about our world. The Multicultural Center will provide a facilitator, pop (sodas), and pop tarts!
How can a graphic novel help us think about our world? What can graphic novels tell us about ourselves? Can graphic novels help us imagine new possibilities for our world? Join us on Thursdays in April for a discussion of multiculturalism, diversity and social justice in G. Willow Wilson’s graphic novel, Ms. Marvel. Scott McCloud’s Understanding Comics: An Invisible Art will also be used as an aide throughout the series. All are welcome (regardless if you have read the comic already), but pre-reading is encouraged.