The Volunteer Center, Multicultural Center, and University Programs are proud to present Envisioning Justice: The Campus Voice, a conference highlighting topics on civil rights, environmental health, sexual assault awareness, and mental health. .
The events have been postponed to Friday March 4 and from March 9 to 11:
- Speaker: Prentis Grayson and Naudia Walton of Let’s Talk NWA from the NWA Center for Sexual Assault
- Workshop: SHOO (Sexual Health Organization and Outreach RSO), Self-love after trauma
- Speaker: Airic Hughes, founder of Visionari, philanthropist, artist and Ph.D. candidate in the Department of History
- Workshop: Associated Student Government DEI, intersectionality in volunteer work, and finding ways to advocate for social justice
- Workshop: Students with Refugees, Refugee Rights Advocacy and Alliance
- red talks
- Speaker: Gabriel Díaz Montemayor, Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture and Assistant Dean of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
- Workshop: UarkSAFE (Student Advocating for the RSO Environment), Ecobrick Building
- Speaker: Yasmin Benoit, asexual activist, writer, speaker
- Workshop: Uark CAPS — Mental Health Matters
Please register through our Givepulse page, where you can find speaker and workshop descriptions, as well as presentation times and room assignments. There will be one hour of service offered per event you attend!
And don’t forget to check out the Red Talks presented by University Programs on Wednesday, March 9 in the Old Main Giffels Auditorium, where students will talk about their experiences with LGBTQIA+ ally, food insecurity, mental health, and bereavement, sexual assault, anti-Semitism and cross-cultural health. Students can register for this event at the same Givepulse link as above.