Diversity & Multicultural Affairs

Calendar of Events

Fall 2015

August 24


Global Mixer
Taylor Center 219-220 (GEC)
3 p.m.


August 27

 

Non-Binary/Transgender Students
Library Tower, West
Noon


September 15


             
Hispanics/Latinos in Alabama: Who & Where are they?
Taylor Center 222
12:15 p.m.


October 8



Italian American Lecture
Taylor Center 219-220 (GEC)
Noon

October 15

 

American Indians in Alabama
Taylor Center 230
Noon




October 26 - November 2




Day of the Dead Table Display
Taylor Center 219-220 (GEC)



October 29





Day of the Dead Lecture
Taylor Center 219-220 (GEC)
Noon


November 9





Thanksgiving Around the World
Taylor Center 221-223
6 p.m.


December 10




 
What is Kwanzaa?
Taylor Center 219-220 (GEC)
Noon



Spring 2016

January 19



             


             
MLK Breakfast
Taylor Center 221
7:45 a.m.

 

February 10



             
Panel Discussion
Hole in the Head: A Life Revealed
230 Taylor Center
10 a.m.

February 11



             
Panel Discussion
“The 16th Street Baptist Church Bombing Revisited”
Library Tower, East
2:30 p. m.


Upcoming Events  


Panel Discussion
Hole in the Head:  A Life Revealed
www.holeinthehead.com

A panel of scholars and leaders will discuss the story of Vertus Hardiman and nine other children who were intentionally exposed to long radiation, which caused permanent physical and mental damage. This is a story of ongoing exploitation of the poor and oppressed.

http://www.holeinthehead.com/mynopsis/#sthash.rXu

February 10, 2016
230 Taylor Center
10 a.m. – Noon

Sponsors:  The Diversity Office and Confucius Institute


Panel Discussion
“The 16th Street Baptist Church Bombing Revisited”
Panelists:  Bill Baxley, Esquire
www.baxleydillard.com

Panelists
Fr. Lt. Governor Bill Baxley, Esquire
Douglas Jones, Esquire
Joneshawley.com

February 11, 2016
Library Tower, East
2:30 p.m.

These two attorneys will discuss their separate and collective experiences in reopening the 16th Street Baptist Church on two separate occasions and gaining two separate convictions of KKK members.