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​The Transformative Humanities: A Symposium on Racial and Social Justice

STRC Symposium

October 20-21, 2022 | Times Vary | Register Here.

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Foremothers of Social Theory: Examining the Contributions of Anna Julia Cooper and Ida B. Wells-Barnett

Foremothers of Social Theory
​November 9, 2022 | 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM | Register Here.​

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  1. Everyday Life in the Greater Middle East

    DePaul Humanities Center Winter Quarter Flyer

    What does everyday life look like in the Greater Middle East? DePaul Professor Robin Hoecker curated this student photo exhibit in Germany as a response to lslamophobia and...

    Everyday Life in the Greater Middle East
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    Location
    Student Center (Lincoln Park)
    Everyday Life in the Greater Middle East 06:00 pm - Student Center (Lincoln Park)
  2. Zan, Zendegi, Azadi (Woman, Life, Freedom)—Iranian Feminist Uprisings! With Professor Armaghan Ziaee (University of California-San Marcos)

    Zan, Zendegi, Azadi (Woman, Life, Freedom)—Iranian Feminist Uprisings!   With Professor Armaghan Ziaee (University of California-San Marcos)

    Dr. Ziaee will offer a historical overview of Iranian women’s active roles in social, political, and cultural movements and the recent uprisings with visions for the future....

    Zan, Zendegi, Azadi (Woman, Life, Freedom)—Iranian Feminist Uprisings! With Professor Armaghan Ziaee (University of California-San Marcos)
    Date
    Zan, Zendegi, Azadi (Woman, Life, Freedom)—Iranian Feminist Uprisings! With Professor Armaghan Ziaee (University of California-San Marcos) 06:00 pm
  3. "Half American: The Epic Story of Black Americans Fighting World Ward II at Home and Abroad"

    "Half American: The Epic Story of Black Americans Fighting World Ward II at Home and Abroad"

    For Black Americans World War II was about not only America’s standing in the world but also about how much actual freedom would exist in the United States. They formed the...

    "Half American: The Epic Story of Black Americans Fighting World Ward II at Home and Abroad"
    Date
    "Half American: The Epic Story of Black Americans Fighting World Ward II at Home and Abroad" 03:00 pm
  4. BUILD Session: DEI Lab, Lincoln Park Campus

    BUILD Diversity Certificate logo

    The Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity will be hosting a BUILD session titled: DEI Lab, Lincoln Park Campus, facilitated by OIDE's Vice President, Dr. Elizabeth...

    BUILD Session: DEI Lab, Lincoln Park Campus
    Date
    Location
    Lincoln Park Student Center
    BUILD Session: DEI Lab, Lincoln Park Campus 03:00 pm - Lincoln Park Student Center
  5. Feminist Transnational Movement for Genuine Security and a Culture of Life: Politics of Possibility and Hope with Professor Emerita Margo Okazawa-Rey

    Feminist Transnational Movement for Genuine Security and a Culture of Life: Politics of Possibility and Hope with Professor Emerita Margo Okazawa-Rey

    Given the political and moral bankruptcy of existing states, political parties, ideological perspectives, and the limitations of our own thinking as progressives, how could a...

    Feminist Transnational Movement for Genuine Security and a Culture of Life: Politics of Possibility and Hope with Professor Emerita Margo Okazawa-Rey
    Date
    Feminist Transnational Movement for Genuine Security and a Culture of Life: Politics of Possibility and Hope with Professor Emerita Margo Okazawa-Rey 06:00 pm
  6. ARISING: Grassroots Women of Color Taking Political Power

    ARISING: Grassroots Women of Color Taking Political Power

    The Department of Latin American and Latino Studies is excited to invite you to ARISING: Grassroots Women of Color Taking Political Power on Thursday, February 16th, at 6 pm...

    ARISING: Grassroots Women of Color Taking Political Power
    Date
    Location
    McGowan South
    ARISING: Grassroots Women of Color Taking Political Power 06:00 pm - McGowan South
  7. BUILD Session: Turning Tense Conversations into Collaboration

    BUILD Diversity Certificate logo

    The Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity will be hosting a BUILD session titled: Turning Tense Conversations into Collaboration, facilitated by DePaul University's...

    BUILD Session: Turning Tense Conversations into Collaboration
    Date
    BUILD Session: Turning Tense Conversations into Collaboration 09:30 am
  8. Bringing Diversity to the Workplace

    Bringing Diversity to the Workplace

    Join the marketing department in a conversation about diversity and inclusion in the workplace. The past years has included an engaging and inspirational panel discussion of...

    Bringing Diversity to the Workplace
    Date
    Location
    DPC
    Bringing Diversity to the Workplace 04:00 pm - DPC
  9. Lunch with Vincent: Diversity@DePaul

    DeHUB Event

    Please join us for a lively conversation with 2022-23 Presidential Diversity Fellows Dr. Jacqui Lazu and Dr. Amor Kohli as they discuss their diversity, equity and inclusion...

    Lunch with Vincent: Diversity@DePaul
    Date
    Location
    DePaul Center, DePaul Club, 1 E. Jackson Blvd.,Chicago, IL 60604
    Lunch with Vincent: Diversity@DePaul 11:30 am - DePaul Center, DePaul Club, 1 E. Jackson Blvd.,Chicago, IL 60604
  10. BUILD Session: Microaggressions and Implicit Bias

    BUILD Diversity Certificate logo

    The Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity will be hosting a BUILD session titled: Microaggressions and Implicit Bias, facilitated by DePaul University's staff members,...

    BUILD Session: Microaggressions and Implicit Bias
    Date
    BUILD Session: Microaggressions and Implicit Bias 01:00 pm