Please join us for the 16th annual UW–Madison Outstanding Women of Color Awards Reception on Thursday, March 7, 2024 from 5 to 7:30 p.m. in Varsity Hall at Union South.
Join us in community on January 31, 2024 for an evening with acclaimed writer and actress Anna Deavere Smith as she reflects on the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. through the lens of her work as a playwright, teacher, and creator of the “docudrama.”
Registration is open to attend the 2023 UW–Madison Diversity Forum — “Bridging the Divide: Realizing Belonging While Engaging Difference” — which will be held Nov 14 & 15 at Union South & virtually.
Join Student Affairs and the Division of Diversity, Equity & Educational Achievement for a special welcome back block party. Food, music, lawn games, fellowship and more! Meet new folks and reconnect with familiar faces to celebrate the new school year. East Campus Mall is wheelchair accessible.
A welcome event for first-year DDEEA scholars to build community, meet program leaders, and learn more about support offered.
Join us for a Black History Month lecture featuring trailblazing star Angelica Ross on Tuesday, February 28, in the Memorial Union.
Join us for the Black History Month keynote event with acclaimed actor Tyler James Williams on February 21 in Union South.
Join us in person and online for UW–Madison’s annual MLK Symposium, featuring former NAACP president Benjamin Jealous, on Monday, Jan. 23, from 5:30 – 7 p.m. in Shannon Hall at the Memorial Union.
The annual Martin Luther King Jr. memorial event will be held Jan. 14 at the Monona Terrace. The event supports Women in Focus, whose college scholarship supports students of color in Dane County.
Watch recordings and access resources from the 2022 UW–Madison Diversity Forum — The Power of Remembering: Reclaiming Our Legacies to Imagine New Futures.
The Public History Project exhibition, “Sifting & Reckoning: UW–Madison’s History of Exclusion and Resistance,” is free and open to the public at the Chazen Museum of Art now through Dec. 23.
Check out what’s in store for Multicultural Homecoming 2022! Homecoming week begins Monday, Oct. 17.
Clint Smith will discuss his book “How the Word is Passed” at this year’s Go Big Read keynote event on Nov. 1, at the Memorial Union.
Join us as the American Indian Studies program celebrates its 50th anniversary on Indigenous Peoples’ Day Oct. 10 in the Discovery Building.
Join us at East Campus Mall near the new Divine Nine Garden Plaza on Sept. 9 for good food, good music, games and fellowship.
Please join Ho-Chunk Nation President Marlon WhiteEagle, Chancellor Jennifer Mnookin, Elliott Funmaker, Sr., the Wisconsin Dells Singers, citizens of the Ho-Chunk Nation and members of the UW community for a flag-raising ceremony in front of Bascom Hall.
Join the Wisconsin Alumni Association for an afternoon of creativity and community connections on Aug. 20 as we celebrate Madison Pride weekend.
The OutReach LGBTQ+ Community Center will host the fourth annual Magic Pride Festival on August 21 from 1 to 6 p.m. in Madison’s Warner Park.
The DDEEA will celebrate our spring 2022 UW–Madison grads at an event on May 13 at the Wisconsin Union. The ceremony will be streamed online for anyone who can’t make it to the celebration.
The Los Angeles–based artist has released several records and modern R&B styling amassing over 50 million streams worldwide.