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Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month

September 15 - October 15: Stay Tuned for 2021 Events

Filipino American Heritage Month

October: Stay Tuned for 2021 Events

Native American Heritage Month

November: Stay Tuned for 2021 Events

Black History Month

February: Stay Tuned for 2022 Events

Womens History Month

Upcoming Events:

  • Mar. 1, 6 p.m.: Crafts and Conversation
    • Hybrid Event, CEI (AMU 111), and Virtual
    • The Center for Engagement and Inclusion will provide beading kits and painting supplies to students for a hybrid event where we will discuss all expressions of womanhod
  • Mar. 3, 5 p.m.: Black Crowns: The Politics of Hair Within Black Communities
    • Hosted by Milwaukee Film
    • Dr. Monique Liston moderates a discussion with scholar-activist and cultural consultant Dr. Yaba Blay about the politics of identity and skin color, the decriminalization of Black hair, and the role of white supremacy in sustaining unequal institutional norms of acceptability.
  • Mar. 5-6: Film Showing: Bombshell
  • Mar 9, 6 p.m.: Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) Spotlight Event
    • Virtual, Teams
    • In honor of Women’s History Month, the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP), Student Support Services (SSS) has invited alumna Dora Drake to speak and share her story at the second EOP Spotlight Series. 
  • Mar 10 - 31: Looking Good, Marquette
    • Hybrid, In-Person and Virtual
    • The Haggerty Museum of Art and the Ott Memorial Writing Center invite members of the campus community to take time this spring to enjoy art and writing together for mental health. Visit the Haggerty in person or online to find specially selected artworks paired with viewing and writing prompts that promote emotional, psychological, and social wellbeing. 
  • Mar. 11, 5 p.m.: Empowered People, Empower People
    • Virtual, RSVP Now!
    • Presentation on Women in leadership and how they have gotten their positions as well as discussing the importance of gender equity hosted by the Office of Engagement and Inclusion.
  • Mar. 16, 2 p.m.: Making her Mark in the STEM World: A Conversation with Laura Gomez
    • Hosted by Milwaukee Film
    • Formerly undocumented immigrant Gomez who became one of the only Latinas at Google and YouTube, and became a founding member of Twitter’s International Team. 
  • Mar. 18, 5 p.m.: Silencing the Self Doubt
    • Virtual, Hosted by the LGBTQ + Resource Center
    • This panel will discuss how to go about silencing self-doubt, bringing confidence to your work, and facing stereotypes based on identity in leadership roles. Panelists will engage with the audience as they tell their own stories and shine light on what they have learned in their journey to become a leader
  • Mar. 20, 5:30 p.m.: Keynote Speaker: Nalo Zidan
    • Virtual, RSVP Now!
    • A talk about masculinity in all expressions of womanhood hosted by the Center for Engagement and Inclusion and the LGBTQ+ Resource Center. The first 15 people to register will receive their own copy of Nalo's book recommendation: all about love: new visions by bell hooks
  • Mar. 23, 5 p.m.: Intersectionality in the Workplace
    • Virtual, Hosted by the LGBTQ+ Resource Center
    • This panel will highlight the difficulties experienced by individuals with intersecting identities in the workplace and how they got to where they are today. It will also celebrate the strength and resilience of leaders striving to make a difference in their roles within a workplace, encouraging participants in their own journeys and experiences.
  • Mar. 25, 5:30 p.m.: Crushing the Workplace Glass Ceiling
    • Virtual, Hosted by the Office of Engagement and Inclusion
    • Discussion of sterotypes women face within the workplace and how to combat those negative perceptions projected onto them.
  • Mar. 25, 5:30 p.m.: Identity, Sexuality and Success: Keynote with Sophia Chang
    • Hosted by Milwaukee Film
    • The first Asian woman in hip-hop, Sophia Chang shares the inspiring story of her career in the music business, working with such acts as The Wu-Tang Clan and A Tribe Called Quest
  • Mar. 26-27: Film Showing: Wonder Woman 1984
  • Mar. 30: Vigil & Closing Ceremony
    • Hybrid, In-Person and Virtual
    • A vigil to honor ALL women that have passed and been extremely influencial in someone's life hosted by the Center for Engagement and Inclusion
  • Apr. 1, 3:30 p.m.: Genders Scholars: Cutting Edge Findings and Future Directions
    • Virtual, RSVP Now!
    • This is the annual Siderits Lecture in Gender and Sexuality Studies. The panel will highlight three outstanding young scholars who study gender from an intersectional perspective and are doing resaerch that is pushing the field forward in new and exciting directions.

Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Heritage Month

April/May: Stay Tuned for 2021 Events