• All are welcome to join us for the annual LGBTQ Garden Party
  • OMSA Unity Reception
  • Dick Gregory will be keynote speaker at Black New England Conference - see below for more details
  • display in the MUB
  • In the spirit of building bridges, the Office of Community, Equity and Diversity and the LGBTQ Commission recently hosted the U.S. Dept of State International Visitor Leadership Program participants and discussed a variety of LGBTQ related topics

Diversity is a community value at the University of New Hampshire.

We are committed to supporting and sustaining an educational community that is inclusive, diverse and equitable. The values of diversity, inclusion and equity are inextricably linked to our mission of teaching and research excellence, and we embrace these values as being critical to development, learning, and success. We expect nothing less than an accessible, multicultural community in which civility and respect are fostered, and discrimination and harassment are not tolerated.

We will ensure that under-represented groups and those who experience systemic inequity will have equal opportunities and feel welcome on our campus. We accept the responsibility of teaching and learning in a diverse democracy where social justice serves as a bridge between a quality liberal education and civic engagement.

What's Going On...

LGBTQ Garden Party

LGBTQ+ Garden Party
Thurs, Sept 15, 4:30-6:30pm
Paul College Courtyard

Join us for fun, food, friendship and a warm welcome to the new year.  A great time for reconnecting with old friends and making new connections.  All are welcome.  Event sponsored by Office of Multicultural Students, and the Office of Community, Equity and Diversity.

 

 

Dick Gregory

Dick Gregory (photo courtesy of  Bio)

2016 Black New England Conference
October 21-22
Huddleston Hall (Click here for Registration information and agenda)

This year's theme for the conference is Politically In-Correct: Humor, Satire and Black Consciousness and the keynote speaker is slated to be comedian and social activist Dick Gregory.  Presentations and discussions will focus on four main topical areas including: the history of African American humor; the role that gender, race and class have played in various forms of comedic expressions; the use of comedy in the current political climate; and ways in which current artists and politicians use comedy as a tool for expression and protest.

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