Upcoming Events

The following events are promoted by the Office of Institutional Culture.

 

 

 


Father Debois

An Evening with Father Desbois

Monday November 5, 7PM University Of Miami Hillel

Father Patrick Desbois is a distinguished author, university professor, historian, forensic detective and world-renowned human-rights activist. He has dedicated his life to fighting the bigotry that fuels the disease of genocide and bridging the divide between faiths. His ongoing work brings closure to the victims and survivors of genocide and calls for legal justice for the perpetrators.

 


Father Debois

Difficult Dialogues:  Native American Cultural Appropriation

Monday November 8, 7PM North and South Activities Rooms

Difficult Dialogues: Native American Culture Appropriation. A conversation about Native American cultural appropriation.

 

 


Father Debois

Proposed Government Changes to Transgender Protections

Nov 9th, 1:00PM; Shalala Student Center Senate Room

A leaked memo has revealed that the Trump administration is planning to legally redefine gender based on biological sex. As the New York Times reports, “this new definition would essentially eradicate federal recognition of the estimated 1.4 million Americans who have opted to recognize themselves -surgically or otherwise- as a gender other than the one they were born into.” The planned change goes against science and established legal protections. What does this mean for transgender and gender diverse individuals, both on campus, and more broadly?