March 22, 2018
Lincoln Elementary Auditorium - Hibbing, MN
Our Value Statement Mission :
Lead our colleges to a learning and working
environment that maximizes the potential of all
students and employees while acknowledging
their unique contributions and differences.
Ensure that our strongly held values of inclusion,
respect and acceptance are integrated into our
campus culture, policies, procedures and every
WHAT WE DO:
- Cultural Programming
- Diversity Dialogue
- Leadership Building
- Promote Cultural Awareness and Acceptance
Hibbing Community College
FREE! - First Friday Foreign Films Nights
Friday March 2, 7PM - HCC Theater
"Soul on a String"
Friday, April 6, 7 PM - HCC Planetarium
"Neither Heaven or Earth"
Friday, May 4, 7 PM - HCC Planetarium
HCC Flag Day - March 21, 2018
Music by High NRG Entertainment
African fare (made by culinaryarts with guidance from our Liberian and Zambian students) for purchase in the Commons
Tuesdays 4:00-5:00 PM- HCC Dorms
LGBT Club Meetings, Wednesdays, 3:00 pm Room B208
CRU (Campus Crusade for Christ) Wednesdays, 2:00 pm Room D20
Itasca Community College
March 9, 2018
Host the Johnny Mitchell, Native Language Focused High School Quiz Bowl competition
April 12, 2018
11:30 am - 2:00 pm
Annual Spring Pow-Wow
O Gitch | Dah Native American Student Organization - Wednesdays, Noon, Room L126
SAGE - Sexuality and Gender Equity
AISES - American Indian Science and Engineering Society
SWE - Society of Women Engineers
AAP - African American Pride Club
Mesabi Range College
Black History Month
Wednesday, November 1
11:00 AM Commons Area
Viva La Causa - The story of Cesar Chavez
A Time for Justice - American's Civil Rights Movement
Selma - The Bridge to the Ballot
Mighty Times of Children's March - Civil Rights Movement
Starting Small - Teaching Tolerance in Preschool and the Early Grades
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Vermilion Community College
In her piece, “No More ‘Allies’,” writer Mia McKenzie laments that often, it’s the person from a marginalized group who’s called upon to educate others about how society has discriminated against them. This results in fatigue and general frustration for the marginalized person.
Women Unite for all female students - weekly meeting or activity. Times and dates vary week to week/schedule posted on campus.
LBGTQA Group - weekly meeting. Times and dates vary week to week/schedule posted on campus.
Access Opportunity Success (AOS) Group for male students of color - Thursdays at noon every other week beginning August 24. Evening and week end activities/to be announced.
Access Opportunity Success (AOS) Group for female students of color - Thursdays at noon every other week beginning September 28. Evening and week end activities/to be announced.