• Black Women and the Foundation of the Civil Rights Movement
    May 25 6:00pm
    This lecture will explore the contribution of Black women in the early stages of the Civil Rights Movement. It will particularly focus on Ida B. Wells, Ella Baker, and Septima Clark. Although the contribution of these women has not been given the credit it deserves, this lecture will provide an opportunity to discuss the centrality of Black wome more »
  • The Poetry Den
    May 28 6:00pm
    Join us for our monthly celebration of spoken word art in the historic Engman Public Natatorium.  The Poetry Den brings some of the best local poetic talent with some of the newest players on the scene together with an audience eager to enjoy the spoken word. Whether you're a seasoned performer, looking to try out some verse, or wa more »
  • Kumu Hina | crhc:film
    June 06 6:00pm
    Imagine a world where a little boy can grow up to be the woman of his dreams, and a young girl can rise to become a leader among men. Welcome to Kumu Hina's Hawai'i. This film shares the life of Hina Wong-Kalu, a Native Hawaiian māhū, or transgender, teacher who uses traditional culture to inspire a student to claim her pl more »
  • Martin Luther King and Malcolm X: Brothers in Arms
    June 08 6:00pm
    The popular narrative about the relationship between Malcolm X and Martin Luther King is that they were antagonistic to one another and their tactics were in conflict. This lecture builds on the observation by James Baldwin that Martin picked up the mantle carried by Malcolm after his assassination. It will focus on the last year of each of thei more »
  • New Student Orientation
    June 09 9:00am
    Orientation is a required program for all students new to IU South Bend. There are two different orientation programs for students new to campus: 1. First-Time students and transfer students w/less than 18 credit hours New Student Orientation (full-day program, 9:00a - 4:00p) Registration for the above students takes place during orien more »
May 21 - 27, 2017