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Student Activities

Elliott Union 217
Warrensburg, MO 64093
Phone: 660.543.4007





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Celebrate the diversity in our UCM community through a week of events. Each event is designed to educate and celebrate the many unique aspects of our lives.

Mon, Feb. 17     Tue,   Feb. 18     Wed, Feb. 19     Thur, Feb. 20     Fri,   Feb. 21


 

Mon, Feb. 17

3 p.m. - Walk a Mile in Her Shoes - Union 240
Men march a mile in heels to raise awareness to end rape, sexual assault and gender violence.


5 p.m. - Hair 101 - Union 240
A panel of professionals in the industry give hair styling advice for all types of hair.


7 p.m. - Pocketbook Monologues - Union 240
Modeled after “The Vagina Monologues,” these monologues focus on the challenges African American women face.


9 p.m. - Heelz - SRWC ("The Rec")

Learn a choreographed dance routine in high heels.


Tue, Feb. 18

5-6:30 p.m. - Safe Zone Training -

W.C. Morris Auditorium

Learn more about how to support the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.


7-9 p.m.-Open Mic and Karaoke Night - Union atrium


Wed, Feb. 19 7-8:30 p.m. - Giving Voice Troupe - Union 240
This workshop is designed to help students and community leaders deal with issues of oppression, micro-aggression and discrimination.

Thur, Feb. 20

10 a.m.-6 p.m. - Tunnel of Oppression - Union 240
Witness scenes of oppression, privilege and power, and understand its effect on individuals.

* Interested in signing up for your spot ahead of time? Contact Fajardo@ucmo.edu


8 p.m. - A Place at the Table - Union 240
A Place at the Table is a well-reported documentary that raises important questions about the state of hunger in American culture.


Fri, Feb. 21 6-8 p.m. - A Festivus for the Rest of Us
Student Wellness and Recreation Center

Celebrate the completion of Unity Week with a carnival for the UCM campus and community with food, games,and entertainment.

 

For more information contact Natalie Fajardo - fajardo@ucmo.edu

 


Unity Week is sponsored by Spotlight in collaboration with: The Multicultural Committee, Queers & Allies, Student Government Association, Student Leadership Committee, Counseling Center, Africina Studies MO Volunteers & Association of Black Collegians (ABC).