Center for Multicultural Education
UNI Proud will host the final event of the year! Festivities include games, relaxation and ugly sweater contest.
The UNI-African Union will host the 3rd Annual Multicultural Night. Performances include: campus talent (UNI organizations), poetry, guest African Kings aka "The Dancing Machines," an international DJ and food samples.
Come join us to talk about how HIV/AIDS affects our communities.Together we would like to promote understanding, acceptance and the unity needed to fight this deadly disease. This event is sponsored by the Black Male Leaders Union, UNI Feminist Action League and UNI Proud.
The Center for Multicultural Education (CME) will host a reception for the exhibit of the heritage of Eastern Iowa and Western Illinois through distinguished portrait prints of the Sauk and Fox Indians.This traveling exhibit is on loan from the Muscatine Art Center. The portraits and explanations appear in the lobby area of the CME. There will be a discussion about this portraiture history in the CME's multipurpose room at 12:30 p.m.
UNI Proud will discuss safe sex practices for the LGBT community and what you need to know to have a healthy sexual experience.
Come join us in a discussion about constructing healthy relationships in the LGBT community in the Mauker Union Presidential Room, November 13 at 7pm.
UNI Proud will host a discussion about LGBTQ sexual health. Students can anonymously submit questions about sexuality; those questions will be answered during the discussion.
The Black Student Union will host a discussion about the stigma and stereotypes between light skinned and dark skinned people. All are welcome to participate in the discussion. For more information email email@example.com .
Come join us for drag performances, a costume contest, dancing and a night of fun. Bring candy for sharing; $2 charitable donation suggested but not required.
Richard Thompson Ford, an expert on civil rights and anti-discrimination law, will present "Law, Rights and Universal Principles." Ford will offer an analysis of human rights' struggles across the globe, discussing the realities of observing "universal" principles in specific cultures. The presentation is in conjunction with the CME Book Club, which will be discussing Ford's books "Rights Gone Wrong: How Law Corrupts the Struggle for Equality" and "Universal Rights Down to Earth" before the lecture. Ford's presentation is free and open to the public.