November events presented by Gonzaga University’s Unity Multicultural Education:
CenterCultural Awareness Night: A Language of Hawai’i—Pidgin
Come learn and watch a film on a unique language of Hawaii called, Pidgin. After the film, GU’s very own Hawaii Pacific Islander Club with leading a post-film discussion and further explore this wonderful piece of Hawaiian culture with the GU and Spokane community.
Friday, November 2, 7 PM
Upcoming UMEC events for November:
Foley Teleconference Center
Brought to you by: UMEC and Hawaii Pacific Islander Student Club
Annual International Day of Tolerance
International Day of Tolerance is recognized around the world to assert the need to educate and raise awareness about the impact of intolerance, bias and various forms of hate. Gonzaga’s humanistic mission and Jesuit tradition are aligned with respecting and recognizing the rights and beliefs of individuals who are often marginalized in the world.
Promptly at noon, students and all employees of Gonzaga, as well as the local Spokane community are invited to stand for justice by linking arms and forming a line of solidarity. The human chain of interlocked arms will start at the Crosby Student Center to collaboratively represent the value of actively supporting inclusion and human difference.
Friday, November 16, 12 PM
Crosby Front Steps
Crafting Unity: Native American Beading
Join the Unity Multicultural Education Center, as we create the craft of Native American Beading. Information will be given out on this beautiful craft. This program is FREE and open to all.
Wednesday, November 28, 12-2 PM
Crosby Main Floor
Visit the UMEC website for more info.