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Latinx Heritage Month

September 15 - October 15

Latinx Heritage Month events

Social Identity 101

October 12, 2022 | 11:30 a.m.

Register for Microaggressions and Me

Together Again: ODI Homecoming 2022

October 1, 2022 | 12:00 - 2:30 p.m.

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Black Joy: Expansive, Unfiltered, Unapologetic

Art exhibit now open in Hale Hall

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News and Events

Events


University DEI and Cultural Awareness
Open house: Dancing with Devils: Latin American Masks Traditions - ...

University DEI and Cultural Awareness
SPPO Colloquium: Indigenous and Black Confraternities in Colonial L...

University DEI and Cultural Awareness
Open house: Dancing with Devils: Latin American Masks Traditions - ...

University DEI and Cultural Awareness
Workshop: Diablada Pillareña Dances and Movement with Fernando Endara

Office of Diversity and Inclusion
From Debate to Dialogue: Conversation Strategies to Build Connectio...

The Ohio State University
Ohio State SACNAS Chapter: CIENCIAS 2022

University DEI and Cultural Awareness
Workshop: Roundtable Discussion – Knowledge Equity and Shareable Da...

University DEI and Cultural Awareness
CFAES: Implicit Associations, Insidious Assumptions: Unintended Man...
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Scholar Spotlight: LSAMP and LSS Scholar Frank Milliken's Education Abroad in Rome

Frank Milliken, a senior finance major and LSAMP and LSS scholar, studied abroad during Spring Break 2022 on the Multicultural Histories and Legacies of Rome: Classics, Colosseums and Cathedrals program, and graduated in May 2022.

Read more about Frank Milliken

Highlights of Hale Center Art Collection

King's Life

Artist: Larry Winston Collins

Medium: Relief Painting

The “King's Life” painting was the first piece of artwork donated to the Hale Center. Created specifically for the Office of Minority Affairs' annual MLK exhibition in 1988, Mr. Collins donated the art to the Hale Center in 1989 prior to its opening on October 11, 1989.

Apartheid Series for Steven

Artist: Ed Colston

Medium: Mixed Media Painting

The Apartheid Series for Steven was donated by artist Ed Colston as a special tribute to Steven Biko. Ed Colston (November 20, 1936 – February 21, 2006), a local artist and former professor at the Columbus College of Art and Design, was known for his bold colors and abstraction in his works of art.

Zero

Artist: Charles Hollingsworth

Medium: Mixed

Who Needs A Horse?

Artist: Marty Shuter

Medium: Sculpture

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