2nd | Multiracial Activists in Black Social Justice Movements | 7PM | Stamp Thurgood Marshall Room | Sponsored by MICA
Panelists will discuss the role of multiracial activists in Black social justice movements, such as #BlackLivesMatter. *Refreshments provided. This event is cross-listed on the Black History Month calendar
8th | Mixed Monologues | 7PM | Stamp Art Gallery | Sponsored by MICA, TOTUS
Join TOTUS Spoken Word Experience for an evening of poetry performances hosted by UMD alum and spoken word artist Tony Keith. *Refreshments provided.
9th | 50 Years of Loving: Interracial Dating Across Generations | 7PM | Stamp Pyon Su Room |Sponsored by MICA
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the landmark Loving v. Virginia Supreme Court decision, which banned anti-miscegenation laws nationally. Join a panel of students and local community members as they share their experiences with interracial dating and offer reflections on challenges and changes across generations. This event is cross-listed on the Black History Month calendar. *Refreshments provided.
14th | From Black/Red Power to Hip Hop: Black & Indigenous Solidarities in Unexpected Places | 7PM | Stamp Grand Ballroom Lounge | Sponsored by MICA
Join us for an exciting evening with Dr. Kyle T. Mays, historian of modern US, Afro-Indigenous, and Indigenous studies! *Food provided.
15th | The Mixed Experience Brown Bag Lunch | 12-1:30PM | Stamp 1121 MICA/LCSL Conference Room | Sponsored by MICA
Come out for an engaging dialogue focusing on the experiences of bi/multiracial people. You do not need to identify as bi/multiracial to attend. Lunch will be served, so come hungry!
27th & 28th | Loving film screening| 8PM | Stamp Hoff Theatre | Sponsors MICA, SEE
The story of Richard and Mildred Loving, an interracial couple, whose challenge of their anti-miscegenation arrest for their marriage in Virginia led to a legal battle that would end at the US Supreme Court.
29th | Your Cup, Your Culture: DIY Craft Night | 6-8PM | Stamp Student Involvement Suite | Sponsored by The Alpha Chapter of Alpha Theta Sigma Multicultural Fraternity, Inc.
Come decorate your own personal coffee mug with designs inspired by your culture and heritage. Mugs and materials will be provided, courtesy of the brothers of ATS. Designs will be part of a #yourcupyourculture social media campaign.
April 6th | Multiracial Asian Americans in Dialogue | 5pm | Stamp 1121 MICA/LCSL Conference Room | Sponsored by MICA
This event is a space for people to share experiences related to multiracial identity within the Asian American community. Participants will engage in dialogue around community and build awareness of the needs of multiracial students at UMD. This event is cross-listed on the Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month Calendar.
Watch 2012's flash mob!