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    Constitution Day

    September 20,   2017

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    The Political Science & Sociology Department will be hosting Ms. Diana Houenou of the Policy Counsel from the ACLU who will be leading a discussion on immigration, sanctuary cities, and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).


    Millie and the Lords

    September 25, 2017

    7:30 PM Pollak Theatre

    "Millie and the Lords" is an integral part of this year's World Cinema Series and our celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month.  The film tells the story of Milagro Baez, a young working class, under-confident Puerto Rican woman in Spanish Harlem whose life is changed for the better when she begins to learn about the Young Lords Party and her rich Puerto Rican heritage.  It has won many awards and film festival placements including a Best Director Feature Film Award for its director, Jennica Carmona.  Ms. Carmona will be here with her film to talk about it and meet our students and faculty.

     

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    Disability in Pop Culture

     

    October 10, 2017
    Magill Club Dining Room

    The Office of Student Activities and Student Center Operations is bringing Rachel Handler a speaker to campus for Disability Awareness Month. Rachel was a Co-star on ​Law & order: SVU and played Evelyn in Park Plays at Queens Theatre. Currently, she is shooting scenes with Kevin Hart in the feature film, Untouchable.

    A New Democracy for a New Demography

    October 26, 2017
    PZ Auditorium
    2:45-4:30

    Public lecture by Harvard University scholar David Carrasco . This event is co-sponsored by the Gender Studies program in honor of Hispanic Heritage month. Dr. Carrasco's talk will emphasize Latinx communities and religion in the present political climate. 

     

    International Interdisciplinary Conference on Race

    November 9 th -11 th , 2017

    Exploring race, gender, and leadership in history and global societies: goals, strategies and reconciliation. Monmouth University's Biennial Race Conference organized by Drs. Hettie Williams and Julius Adekunle. This conference draws top tier scholars from across the United States.