The Out of the Closet and Onto the Screen film series will host a free public screening of the documentary, Rainbow's End, on Wednesday, January 27 at 7 pm in Textor 103. Rainbow's End is a starting point for discussion of the future of LGBT people within Europe and throughout the world, including stories from Krakow, Warsaw, Amsterdam, and Berlin.
With the end of winter break and the start of the spring semester, I want to take this opportunity to acknowledge the ongoing crisis in Haiti in the wake of the earthquake. As part of a global community of mutual care and commitment, I know that many members of the Ithaca College community have contributed and will contribute to relief efforts.
Don't miss this exciting slate of workshops for MLK Week. Topics include a Talking Circle on Race and Racism, a discussion of Modern Day Abolitionism, information about the building of a community memorial to remember the men lynched by a mob in the 1920s in Minnesota, a discussion of the IC Climate Action Plan, and a discussion with President Rochon entitled "Comfort and Challenge in 2010".
For more information, keep reading or visit the MLK Website for information about all of the exciting activities planned to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as we challenge the campus community to think about "Where Do You Stand?"
Want to get away for the weekend, meet new people and build your leadership skills? The Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs is now accepting applications for the annual Leadership Weekend retreat – and you should apply!