#BLACKLIVESMATTER March Today!

In light of recent injustices in the cases of Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Tanesha Anderson, Tamir Rice and many others, Gainesville will participate in an outpouring of our collective pain and anger. We will join the masses of people all over the country to remind the world that #BLACKLIVESMATTER

Meet up:
Monday, December 8th at 4:15pm
@ The MLK Memorial Garden
200 E. University
(across from Bo Diddley Plaza)

All black everything: Wear black clothes, bring black signs!

 

The IBC shirts have arrived!

The shirts are here!!! Stop by the Institute of Black Culture (IBC) to pick yours up if you placed a pre-order. If you didn't, it's not too late to buy one! They are still being sold for only $5. ‪#‎BlackLivesMatter

MCDA Statement on Ferguson

We are disheartened to try, yet again, to find words to describe the recent events in Ferguson Missouri. It wasn’t that long ago and not very far from here, another unarmed young Black man lost his life to systemic racism. While one individual pulled the trigger on Trayvon Martin, and another individual pulled the trigger on Michael Brown, to separate the acts of individuals from historic and systemic racism would be overlooking the underlying problem completely. The night the announcement that…

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Happy Thanksgiving: An American Indian Perspective

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/terra-trevor/happy-thanksgiving-an-ame_b_1110701.html

APIA Presents Cross Cultural Masculinities Forum: What is Masculinity?

The masculine experience is commonly defined as ‘the state of being a man’. But how does the concept of masculinity translate to cultures around the world? The Cross Cultural Masculinity forum aims to address how masculinity is internalized across different cultures and ethno-racial identities. In this workshop we’ll explore different themes and ideas that have cultivated today’s concept of masculinity as well!

Date: November 20th, 2014
Time: 6 PM
Location: La Casita