Discuss Diversity

  

The ABCs of Emergency Psychological First Aid
Wednesday, September 18
12:00 p.m.–2:00 p.m.
One Pace Plaza, Room TBA
This workshop will review how to develop a basic personal disaster plan, including what to pack in case you need to leave home in a hurry. We will also discuss how help others reduce their stress symptoms and promote healthy recovery in the aftermath of a disaster.

Trayvon Martin: A Community Discussion
Thursday, September 19
3:25 p.m–5:00 p.m.
One Pace Plaza, Room TBA
Join professors Amy Foerster, Ida Dupont, Demosthenes Long, and Satish Kolluri in an insightful and multidisciplinary discussion on the Trayvon martin case/verdict. What does this say about race, crime, and culture in America? Has justice been served? Or do we still need to find “Justice for Trayvon?” Weigh in and make your voice heard.

Shades: A Black and Latina Women’s Collective Reception
Tuesday, September 24
3:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.
41 Park Row, 9th Floor Reception Area
Mix and mingle with the women of Shades, the sister to the Urban Male Initiative, which was born last semester. Throughout the year, this group of emerging scholars will participate in workshops, including one with the Provost on the importance of undergraduate research, another on table service and etiquette, and even self-defense classes for women. Also including a civic engagement component, Shades mentors and mentees can participate in community service on urban farms in the South Bronx. Everyone is invited to attend the reception, no matter what race or ethnicity.

Queer Students of Color Reception
Wednesday, September 25
3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
41 Park Row, 9th Floor Reception Area
Join the LGBTQA and Social Justice Center and the Office of Multicultural Affairs for a reception for Queer People of Color and our allies. Meet, greet, and eat! Learn about each department’s services, meet student group leaders, and get connected to academic and internship opportunities.

Ace the Interview!
Thursday, September 26
3:25 p.m. – 4:25 p.m.
Student Union
Job interviews are about more than just what is on your resume. We will review basic etiquette for before, during and after the job interview.
Sponsored by Urban Male Initiative and Shades Collective

Merrell Down and Dirty Mud Run
Sunday, September 29
Orchard Beach: Bronx, New York, 9:00 a.m.
Join the Office of Multicultural Affairs, the LGBTQA and Social Justice Center, and the Student Veterans of America at Pace at the Merrell Down and Dirty 5K Mud Run. Why run? Why mud? Well, it’s for a good cause. Proceeds go to Operation Gratitude, a volunteer-based organization that annually sends 100,000 care packages filled with snacks, entertainment items, and personal letters to U.S. Service Members. Just as important, participating in the mud run, puts to use all of those skills we’ve learned at Pace: leadership, team-building, perseverance, goal-setting, compassion and risk-taking. Walkers are also welcome! For registration information, contact Denise Belen Santiago, Director of the Office of Multicultural Affairs, at dsantiago@pace.edu or (212) 346-1546.

Plus, much more to come from OMA including workshops on women’s health and sexuality, meals, manners, and interviews, research, and more!

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