Rise Above "-Isms" Week 2016!
Rise Above Week provides opportunities for us to dialogue as a community about how to further justice and take steps to eradicate the oppressions that hurt us all. These steps help move us towards a world where your oppression is not acceptable to me, and mine is not acceptable to you.
For the full calendar: diversity.umd.edu/ri
Know the Facts about ImmigrationLocation: Outside of Stamp by Nyumburu AmphitheaterTrue Terps Rise Above: Photo BoothLocation: STAMP Main Entrance LobbyIntersections: Identity in ImagesLocation: Art-Soc 2203“You’re Not Alone” Magazine LaunchLocation: Stamp, Juan Ramon Jimenez 2208Refreshments provided.Location: Stamp, Colony BallroomASL Interpreters present.Native Roots Monologues with Tribal Activist & Attorney Tara HouskaSTAMP, Charles Carroll RoomPronouns Pronouncement DayStamp Main Entrance LobbyCommUMDiversity ExpoLocation: Main Floor, Stamp balcony"Dear Terps": Letters of SolidarityStamp Entrance LobbyMiércoles, 2 Noviembre,Caminos Hacia La Inclusión: Explorando diferencias y formando conexiones*Almuerzo Incluido.RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org(In Spanish.)Inclusive Language Training**RSVP Required:goo.gl/8zhwuwMarc Lamont HillLocation: Stamp, Hoff TheaterTickets required. ASL Interpreters present.Jamie Kalven: Journalist & Human Rights Activist1205 Cambridge Community CenterLunch Served.Space limited. RSVP required: goo.gl/8Bt7oo"Beyond Burkas and Bombers: Anti-Muslim Sentiment in America": Film Screening & DiscussionLocation ASY 2203Mental Health First Aid Certification Training*Breakfast & Lunch provided.Space limited. RSVP Required: https://goo.gl/jnOI30Friday, ,Combating Anti-Semitism: Ending oppression for some means ending it for all*Lunch provided.Space limited. RSVP Required: https://goo.gl/3YYK8J