UMF Teach-In: What Black Lives Matter Means: September 28, 5-6 pm 

UMF’s Teach-In: What Black Lives Matter Means held on September 28, 2020.

Organized by student leader Aman Hagos and sponsored by UMF’s Diversity and Inclusion Action Team.

Video of the event with closed captions accessible here.

Black Voices Alumni Panel: June 22, 1-3 pm via Zoom

Panelists:  Sebastian Jackson ’12, Starr Soul-McDonald ’10, and Steffon Gales ’19 to talk about their experiences being Black in America.
Register here. We’ll be posting the recording online soon afterward for on demand access.
Co-hosted by the UMF Alumni Council + UMF Diversity Inclusion and Action Team

UMF Anti-Racism Summer Book/Film Discussion, Zoom 

The Hate U Give  Monday, June 29th, 6:30 PM — Moderated by UMF student and activist, Shukri Abdirahman
Little Fires Everywhere, Monday, July 20th, 6:30 PM
Just Mercy, Monday, August 10th, 6:30 PM

Books are available at Mantor Library and Films are online via Amazon, Netflix, Hulu, and/or Youtube.

To participate in the UMF discussion via zoom, please register  here. Please email if you have issues with registration or access.
Co-hosted by the UMF Diversity Inclusion and Action Team, the International and Global Studies Program, the Office of Experiential & Global Education, and the Multi-Cultural Club.