Second half of February diversity events

When ReligionĀ Gets It Right: Martin Luther King, Jr.

Sunday, February 23rd @ 3pm-4:30pmĀ 

Where:The Interfaith Center at Miami University, 16 South Campus Avenue, Oxford (Ohio) 45056

Description:This free event invites you to meet and converse with Rev. Dr. Jack Sullivan, Jr., Executive Director of the Ohio Council of Churches, as he asks the audience to consider the Civil Rights work of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., as a sign of love, justice, and hope, and a moment when religion got it right.

Understanding White Nationalism Through Data Science

Monday, February 24th @ 2:50pm-4:10pm

Where:Upham Hall, 351, 100 Bishop Circle, Oxford

Description:This event is led by guest speaker, Emily Gorcenski, one of 2018’s most influential feminists. She mixes data science and social justice issues in order to create a more positive and inclusive environment.

Black History Month Banquet

Thursday, February 27th @ 3pm-9pm

Where:Armstrong Student Center, Donald W. Fritz Pavilion A/B, 550 E. Spring Street, Oxford

Description:This free event features keynote speaker Robert Hendricks III, Miami Alumni and is sponsored by The Black Leadership Coalition and the Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion

Lessons in Drag: An Evening with Lawhore Vagistan

Friday, February 28th @ 6pm

Where:Peabody Hall, Leonard Theater, 701 Western College Dr., Oxford,

Description:This free event brings in Kareem Khubchandani along with his alter ego LaWhore Vagistan with whom he has performed many times to shine the light on drag and its implications.