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Diversity and Difference

Diversity and Difference

The Office of Multicultural Affairs recognizes
Women's History Month

Womens History MonthWomen’s History Month, now celebrated annually in the United States, grew out of a weeklong celebration of women’s contributions to culture, history and society organized by the school district of Sonoma, California, in 1979. The idea quickly caught on within communities, schools and organizations across the country. In 1981, the U.S. Congress made it official, passing a resolution establishing Women’s History Week. Six years later, the event was expanded into the entire month of March.

V-Day Production: A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant, and A Prayer (MMRP), March 15, 2010

On March 15, 2010, MSPP will present its first ever V-Day production: A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant, and A Prayer (MMRP), a series of hand-picked monologues about violence against women around the world. Students, faculty, and administration across programs are involved in this production.

V-Day is a project that was initiated by Eve Ensler, the author of The Vagina Monologues, to raise awareness about (and to generate funding to support programming to address) violence against women globally. Our production will be comprised of 17 short pieces written by victims of violence, witnesses of violence, and authors/advocates moved by a desire to contribute to the end to violence against women worldwide.

This production is only open to members of the MSPP community.

Updated 9/20/10

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National Coming Out Day, October 11
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September 2012
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June 2012
Pride Month and Haitian Flag Day

February 2012
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Hispanic Heritage Month

June 2011
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Women's History Month

February 2011
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Recognizing Student Veterans

October 2010
National Coming Out Day, October 11

September 2010
Hispanic Heritage Month

Recognizing Ramadan

June 2010
Equality Month

May 2010
Older American's Month

March 2010
Women's History Month

February 2010
African American/Black History Month

November 2009
The Office of Multicultural Affairs recognizes our student veterans and military during the month of November

October 2009
National Coming Out Day: October 11th and Disability Awareness Month: October

September 2009
Hispanic Heritage Month

The Changing Face of Immigration: Legal Debates, Controversies and the Implications for Clinical Practice (PDF)

May 2009
Weil Grant Training: Leading Culturally Sensitive Parent Education Support Group

April 2009
Latino Mental Health Professional Networking Evening

Diversity Training: Hurricane Katrina Disaster Victims

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