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Multicultural Education

As our country is in turmoil over current and past instances of racial injustice,
we have created a list of resources for students, faculty and staff to
learn more about race, racism, white privilege, advocating and anti-racism work.

Office for Equity & Diversity Statement on the Murder of George Floyd (6-4-20)

Resources - Anti-Racist Work

Mission, Vision and Goals

Mission, Vision and Goals

Mission 

Multicultural Education is an essential part of student success. Through training, programming, and alliance opportunities, our campus will foster a culture of belonging.

Vision

By actively participating in campus, community and virtual opportunities, every administrator, faculty member, staff member and student will learn about respecting and appreciating cultural diversity and will be committed to creating positive change both on and off-campus.

Goals

  • Support students and student organizations related to multi-ethnic, LGBTQIA+ identities, and women’s concerns
  • Organize educational events that promote and improve diversity awareness on campus
  • Offer trainings for student leaders, faculty and staff to better understand their own personal and social identities

Services

Services

  • Recruit and retain students with marginalized identities, including students of color, members of the LGBTQIA+ community, women, first generation college students, and Pell-eligible students

  • Promote and advise multicultural student organizations

  • Create multicultural programming that provides a historical context and centers the voices and experiences of people with marginalized identities

  • Offer diversity/inclusion training to student leaders, faculty and staff

  • Assist university in building connections within the community

Yearly Programs

Yearly Programs

September

  • Diversity Luncheon (Welcome)

October

  • Hispanic/Latino Heritage Month
  • National Coming Out Day

November

  • Native American Heritage Month

January

  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration

February

  • Interfaith Week
  • Black History Month

March

  • International Women's Day

April

  • Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month
  • Diversity Week

May

  • Graduation Celebration

Other

  • Community Events that center around higher education attainability for communities with marginalized identities.

Multicultural Education Workshops and Presentations Spring 2020

Multicultural Education Workshops and Presentations Spring 2020

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Microagressions

PowerPoint w/Audio

Learning Outcomes: Attendees will...

  • Gain an understanding of the definition of microaggressions
  • Be able to define what a microaggression is
  • Learn the three different types of microaggressions
  • Learn how to combat microaggressions in the workplace and how to keep themselves in check

Resources - General

Department Faculty & Staff

Department Faculty & Staff

Asst Dir Multicult/Stu Success
270-B Owen Hall
(218) 281-8580
L.G.S.W., M.S.W.

Multicultural Education

University of Minnesota Crookston

270 Owen Hall

2900 University Ave

Crookston, MN 56716

PHONE: 218-281-8580

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Hours

M-F 8:00 am - 4:30 pm