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Multicultural Events

Spring 2017 Events 

Chants Chat: Wait, you’re an atheist/agnostic?

Thursday, Jan. 26, Wall Boardroom, 6 p.m.

Come join students, staff, faculty and community members in open dialogue about various topics centered on social justice, inclusion and diversity.

 

Making Black History Series:

 A Night with David Manigo and Friends

Wednesday, Feb. 1, Edwards Recital Hall, 6 p.m.

Join musician David Manigo and his friends as they perform music ranging from gospel to contemporary.   

 Amber Campbell

Thursday, Feb. 9, Edwards Recital Hall, 6 p.m.

Olympic athlete and Coastal alumna Amber Campbell will speak about how she has made black history.

 Tevin Lucas

Thursday, Feb. 16, Edwards Recital Hall, 6 p.m.

Inspirational speaker Tevin Lucas will share the life experiences that lead to him making black history. 

 

International Women’s Day

Friday, March 3, Prince Lawn, 10:30 a.m.

Join Women’s and Gender Studies along with the Office of Multicultural Student Services in a celebration of women. 

 

I am Trans* Speaker Series:

Part I

Tuesday, March 21, Wall 309, 6 p.m.

Part II

Thursday, March 23, Wall 309, 6 p.m.

A transgender speaker will share life experiences to bring awareness to the trans-community, as well as explore the differences experienced due to transitioning.

 

The State of Women in South Carolina:

A presentation of findings by the Center of Women, Charleston

Wednesday, March 22, Johnson Auditorium, 4 p.m.

In collaboration with the Women’s and Gender Studies program, the Center of Women, Charleston will present findings on the state of women in South Carolina.

 

African-American Music through the Years

Friday, March 31, Wheelwright Auditorium, 6 p.m.

Coastal students, faculty and staff come together to celebrate history and music of African-Americans through a musical timeline. Join us for what has become a campus favorite. 

 

Chants Chat: Are you privileged or uncomfortable?

Thursday, April 6, Wall Boardroom, 6 p.m.

Come join students, staff, faculty and community members in open dialogue about various topics centered on social justice, inclusion and diversity. 

Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted. For more information contact the Office of Multicultural Student Services at 843-349-2863