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April 1, 2017

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Saturday, April 01, 2017

12:00 AM LAW Graduates: Last day to submit cap/gown information and request extra tickets
Last day to submit cap/gown information and request extra tickets
12:00 AM LAW Last day to Petition for Overload for Fall 2017
Last day to Petition for Overload or division transfer
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Multicultural Summit
Saturday, April 1, 2017

For the Multicultural Summit a day-long interactive forum for students to explore aspects of diversity and social justice.  Stay tuned for more details coming soon!
9:30 AM - 5:30 PM Social Justice League Summit

This day-long student conference is free and explores issues within social justice. Register here.

Workshop topics will include:

  • Men of Color Panel
  • Race/Racism
  • Ethnicity/Ethnocentrism/Nationalism
  • Physical, Emotional, Developmental Ability/Ableism
  • Religious, Secular, and Spiritual Identities
  • Age/Ageism
  • Socio-economic class/Classism
  • Gender Identity/LGBTQ+
  • Sexism
  • Biracial / Multiracial identity / Mixed-Race Identity

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Amer F. Ahmed

Dr. Amer F. Ahmed

Amer F. Ahmed serves as Director of Intercultural Teaching (DIT) and Faculty Development at University of Massachusetts Amherst. Acclaimed Diversity Scholar Examining Islamophobia

Amer F. Ahmed, Ed. D., is an individual with an eclectic personal and professional experience. As an intercultural diversity consultant, college administrator, facilitator, poet and Hip Hop activist, he channels his diverse experiences into work geared towards effective change serving to create mutual benefit for all. 

Born in Springfield, Ohio, to Indian Muslim immigrants, Amer has dedicated his life to engaging and facilitating diversity across human difference. His studies in Anthropology and Black Studies have been enhanced by powerful study abroad experiences in South Africa and Nepal. His education, world experiences and his Indian-Muslim-American upbringing helps him understand the need for respect and dignity of all people.


12:00 PM - 3:00 PM (Men's Tennis) Suffolk at Emerson
(Men's Tennis) Suffolk at Emerson, Final, 1-8

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