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Diversity Cafe 2019-2020: Home

Interested in learning more about the topics covered in the Diversity Cafe? Check out this guide for readings and resources available online and in the library!

Content Warning

The content in this guide deals with difficult and traumatic content relating to a variety of issues including racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, and other systems of oppression. Please exercise care for yourself and others while reviewing and engaging with this content. See the Self Care guide for tips.

Spring Schedule

Due to COVID-19, in person classes and events are being canceled at SMUMN for the remainder of spring semester and Diversity Cafe will not be having traditional meetings. We'll keep you up to date with the latest news here and will try to keep resources up to date. If you have suggestions of topics or resources to add, please contact Miles Dunna, Assistant Director of Diversity & International Recruitment, or Kate Johnson, LibGuide Manager.

January 22 - Self Care: The Essentials

January 29 - No topic

February 5 - Microagressions

February 12 - Self-Love & Toxic Relationships

February 19 - LaSallian Identity

February 26 - Language & Cultural Identity

March 18 - Landscapes of Mental Illness

March 25 - The US Census, Part 1

April 1 - Sexual Assault Awareness

April 8 - Highlighting Latinx Women in STEM

April 15 - The US Census, Part 2

April 22 - Toxic Masculinity

Fall Schedule

September 11th - Muslim American Identities Before & After 9/11

September 18th - Better call Becky with the bad grades: Loopholes & Inequality in College Admissions

September 25th - Latinidad: An exploration of Latinx identities

October 2nd - Ain’t I a Woman? Diverse perspectives on intersectional feminism

October 9th - LGBTQIA+: Humanizing the Acronym

October 23rd - Diverse Student Leader Experiences on College Campuses

November 6th - Immigrants & Refugees

November 13th - Access & Disability

November 20th - Decolonizing Native Traditions in Native American Communities

Your Diversity Cafe Host

Miles Dunna '14, J.D.
Assistant Director of Diversity & International Recruitment
Office of Admission
OFFICE 507-457-1750 
mdunna@smumn.edu 

Library Liaison

Kate Johnson

Instructional Design & Outreach Librarian Fitzgerald Library
OFFICE: 507-457-1511
kjohnso@smumn.edu 

Pronouns: she / her / hers
Please contact me if you have comments, questions, or suggestions of resources to add to this site or the library's collection!