• MLK Day of Service
    January 16 12:00am
    This day of service honors one of the greatest freedom activists of all time, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. IUPUI students, faculty, staff, and community members will serve along side each other at various community sites across Indianapolis as a way to honor Dr. King's commitment to service and social justice. Social media: Facebook-  more »
  • An American Ascent Film
    January 16 3:00pm
    An American Ascent is a feature documentary about the first African American expedition to tackle North America's highest peak, Denali.   In only a few decades the United States will become a majority-minority nation, as people of color will outnumber the white majority for the first time ever. Yet, a staggering number of these more »
  • El Arte y el Camino a la Equidad. Art and the path to Equity
    January 16 3:00pm
    Combining art and literacy for this workshop, students and families will make booklets highlighting local activism for themselves and/or a book to share with students in Cuba.  Participants will learn to make an art book from recycled materials which will include time for artwork, help with labels/stories in English/Spanish, cover design, b more »
  • Black Lives Matter with David Banner
    January 16 6:00pm
    We present a very prominent leader in black culture, David Banner, as he comes out to give his thoughts on the current judicial system. And also his thoughts on the decision of the new election. Social media: @alphachapterkappas more »
  • The Formation Exhibition
    January 16 6:00pm
    The purpose of this program is to provide a Martin Luther King Jr. Day event that will allow residents to remember not only King but the support that surrounded him. The Civil Rights Movement was a monumental win for Black Liberation but many forget that out of oppression and strife came art that has shaped and molded the way art is seen today. more »
Thursday, September 4, 2014