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Night of Culture
Multicultural Student Union (MSU), Student Activities and The Office of Diversity & Inclusion planned the Night of Culture on National Diversity Day (October 4th) to showcase the many cultures on campus through education, cuisine and performances. Numerous student groups, academic and non-academic departments were invited to staff a table during the Friday evening program. Those who staffed a table and/or performed included: M.O.T.I.O.N, Multi-Essence, Pure Vocals, Curry Dance Team, WMLN 91.5, language departments (French, Spanish & Chinese), GSA, Curry Cares, Spiritual Life & Sodexo. Additional support was provided by African American Studies, Institutional Diversity Committee and Student Activities

Diversity Events at Curry College

National Coming Out Day
Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) and The Office of Diversity & Inclusion co-sponsored ‘Rainbow' tabling in the Student Center during National Coming Out Week - October 7-11. Faculty, staff and students visited the table to color in a portion of a rainbow with positive and encouraging messages for members of the LGBTQ community who are out, coming out or struggling to do so. Additionally, rainbow ribbons were available for community members to display support for the LGBTQ community and increase visibility on campus.

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Let's Talk About It: Unpacking Stereotypes
The Office of Diversity & Inclusion co-sponsored Let's Talk About It: Unpacking Stereotypes program with Multi-cultural Student Union (MSU). The diversity coordinator facilitated a conversation on Stereotypes and their effect on individuals and communities as well as how to dispel stereotypes among strangers, friends & family.

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Gender Stories: Living Between the Lines
Four individuals living intersex or transsexual lives presented a panel discussion on their experience living between standard normative lines of gender presentation. They shared their very different perspective and offered an opportunity for a free-flowing Q&A with the Curry community about what it means to live "between the lines." Co-sponsored by Women's & Gender Students, Sociology & Criminal Justice, Diversity Committee & Gay Straight Alliance

Diversity Events at Curry College

Annawon Weeden
The Committee for Social & Environmental Justice led efforts to host the second annual Celebrate Native Cultures Event featuring Annawon Weeden, Wampanoag Tribe Educator. This event allowed faculty, staff, students and guests the opportunity to witness and engage with Native American Cultures through drumming, dancing, and stories from the oral tradition of Native Peoples, including the cultural significance of Thanksgiving. This daylong event (2pm- 9pm) program included vendors, an educational classroom discussion, a faculty/staff dinner and interactive dancing.

Diversity Events at Curry College

Inspire Social Justice Ad Contest
The Office of Diversity & Inclusion offered an opportunity for the community to share their 'dream' through artistic expression in honor of Martin Luther King's, "I have a dream" speech. The winner(s) of this contest will be revealed in Spring 2014.

'Myths, Lies, & Stereotypes of Native American Culture'
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On Wednesday, November 12 Curry College will host Myths, Lies, & Stereotypes of Native American Culture, an interactive presentation featuring Claudia Fox Tree, M.Ed. Fox Tree, a resident of Bedford, is a member of the Arawak Nation, an artist, and a noted lecturer and teacher.

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