Stephen F. Austin State University

Diversity Week

Diversity Week

The Office of Multicultural Affairs and Lumberjack Cultural Association strives to unite the SFA community by hosting its annual Diversity Week programming. Throughout Diversity Week there are social and educational events that celebrate various facets of diversity and multiculturalism. We encourage you to attend our events and continue meaningful conversations regarding diversity, multiculturalism and social justice after Diversity Week.

Diversity Week 2019

Current Schedule

Monday, April 1st: All Shades of Disabilities

3 p.m. - HPE Complex

Students will participate in a series of activities that will give insight on how disable individuals navigate through their life.

Tuesday, April 2nd: All Shades of Brown

6 p.m. - BPSC

All Shades of Brown is a panel discussion and workshop with panelists of different types of cultures that are of color. This is a safe space to discuss any issues pertaining to the struggles of people of color.

Wednesday, April 3rd: All Shades of Greek

4 p.m. - BPSC Plaza

A lively mid-day block party to get a feel for what Greek Life here at SFA has to offer! SFA Greek Life is composed of 4 councils; the IFC, MGC, NPC, and NPHC councils.

Wednesday, April 3rd: OMA Diversity Poetry Slam

7 p.m. - BPSC Movie Theater

Tap into your artistic side and help us celebrate the arts through poetry, music and spoken word by attending and participating in the OMA's second ever poetry slam. Any individual interested in sharing original poetry, music or spoken word for the slam may sign up at sfasu.edu/oma.

Thursday, April 4th: All Shades of Privilege

11 a.m. - BPSC Plaza

This event is designed to encourage SFA students to acknowledge the advantages they have in our society because of their various backgrounds and characteristics. In this event we hope to empower people to leverage their given privileges for the benefit of others.

Thursday, April 4th: OMA Any-BODY Can Dance

6 p.m. - BPSC Grand Ballroom

Any-BODY Can Dance aims to bridge the gap between various cultures on campus through the teaching of various dances. The purpose of the program is to unite students despite their cultural differences all while having fun, being active, and sharing the history and background of dancing.

Friday, April 5th: Diversity Week Festival

4 p.m. - BPSC Plaza

The Diversity Festival is a unified celebration of all cultures. This event showcases many cultural organizations with free food, giveaways, activities, and entertainment

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