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Gallaudet Ccmisp One of the strengths of our American heritage is that we are a diverse society with many shared ideals. At MSP, our central mission is to educate students

Multicultural Student Programs (MSP) is a cultural advocacy and resource unit under the Office of Diversity and Equity for Students. MSP provides support to racial and ethnic minority students and their organizations. Through educational books, videotapes, magazines and other resources that focus on race, culture, and diversity issues, MSP also strives to educate our community through our student paraprofessionals and programs that we provide. MSP supports Gallaudet in its effort to value and nurture the wealth of cultural, linguistic, and ethnic diversity that enriches our community. Those who want to expand their intellectual horizons beyond the classroom can attend a variety of programs that celebrate culture, present diverse viewpoints, and foster diversity awareness.

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Gallaudet Ccmisp
04/20/2018

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Image Description of TAPT: Cream color background:Top title: Office of Diversity & Equity for Students (typed in black r...
10/05/2017

Image Description of TAPT:

Cream color background:
Top title: Office of Diversity & Equity for Students (typed in black regular fonts)
Multicultural Student Programs (typed in black regular fonts)
Turn A Page Together (typed in black bold large fonts)
The Book are Free!! (typed in black regular fonts)

Three image of books in the center:
From the left to right:
The forst book on left: with black and white background and black and white picture of human hands and with the type in black title:We Gon' Be Alright: Notes on Race and Resegregation Jeff Chang (capitalized black larger fonts)

The middle book with white background, a woman with long black hair flying behind her is cover in red blanket from half her face to toes. Novel by uthor Louise Erdrich (Type in white capitalized black larger fonts)The Round House (bold black capitalized black larger fonts)

The last book on right: with sky background, At top of book is title: National Bestseller ( type in white larger fonts) in the middle is a train with little boy sitting it with his lges crossing. On each side of the train are green grass. Title of the book: Enrique's Journey: (Type in white capitalized black larger fonts) The Story of a Boy's Dangerous Odyssey to Reunite (type in black regular fonts)


At the bottom of the flyer
Date: October 11- November 15, 2017 (in typed black bold fonts)
Location: JSAC MPR (in typed black bold fonts)
Like to read books? Join us! Lunch is provided. (typed in black regularfonts)
Deadline to Register is October 9, 2017 (typed in black bold fonts)
Drop off your registeration form at HMB S141-C or register online at https//goo.gl/iiiT17(typed in black bold fonts)
FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED. (typed in capitalized white bold fonts)
For more information, contact: [email protected] (typed in regular white fonts)
To request accommodations, contact: [email protected] by September 29 (typed in regular black fonts)

03/30/2017

Feminist Panels starting now right at SAC MPR! Come and bring your friends!

#womenherstorymonth

Come and see Melissa Yingest Huber's presentation! TODAY, Thursday, March 2, 201712:30 PM - 1:50 PMJSAC MPRImage Descrip...
03/02/2017

Come and see Melissa Yingest Huber's presentation!
TODAY, Thursday, March 2, 2017
12:30 PM - 1:50 PM
JSAC MPR

Image Description:
The flyer is black with two half circles on the right side. The top circle is red, the circle in between is gray, and the lower circle is light blue. From top to bottom of flyer: In white large font “Office of Diversity & Equity for Students”. Next line in white bold font “Multicultural Student Programs”. In Large bold Blue font “Own It! Honoring Your True Self”. In red font “Melissa Yingst Huber”. In large white font “Thursday, March 2, 2017”, “12:30 - 1:50 pm”, and “JSAC MPR”. To the right of the flyer is also a picture of a woman with tan skin, smiling at the camera. She has short brown hair and a bright blue necklace on. At the bottom of the flyer in white small font “For more information, contact: [email protected]”, “To request accommodations, contact [email protected] by February 23, 2017”.

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03/02/2017

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The Students of Color Leadership Institute is an exciting leadership development opportunity for Gallaudet students of c...
02/13/2017

The Students of Color Leadership Institute is an exciting leadership development opportunity for Gallaudet students of color to develop and practice their leadership skills through a variety of interactive workshops with different guest speakers. To sign up through online registration: https://goo.gl/forms/pvA4OKVHQi1xqr1G2 or stop by HMB S141 to pick up the registration forms. If you have any questions or concerns, email mailto:[email protected].

Image description:
Tan colored paper with all words in Bold Black font.
From top to Bottom of paper:
“Office of Diversity and Equity for Students”
“Multicultural Students Programs”
Next line is written: “Students of Color Leadership Institute”
In All Capital Letters: “Empathy & Connection Successfully Leading People”
In smaller font: “P.E.O.P.L.E. (Professionalism, Empathy, Optimism, Partnership, leadership, and empowerment)”
Picture of old-fashioned compass is below. Compass is white with black letters “Leadership” written and has black compass arrow. Compass has a circular wooden brown frame around it.
Beneath compass is written in black bold font: “Friday, February 17, 2017. 4-7pm. Saturday, February 18, 2017. 9am- 6pm. JSAC MPR.”
In small font at bottom of flyer: “to apply, contact mailto:[email protected] by Monday, February 13. To request accommodations, contact mailto:[email protected] by February 13, 2017”.

Anthony Diallo is a communication specialist, educator, civil servant and community advocate. A graduate of Howard Unive...
02/13/2017

Anthony Diallo is a communication specialist, educator, civil servant and community advocate. A graduate of Howard University, he tutors and mentors individuals in many subjects, including special education. A ghost writer for the book, From the Bus to the Bentley: No More Limits, Anthony is also an editor for professional manuscripts, theses, and dissertations.

Image description:
African (Variety of Orange, Black, and White colors) square frame with black background.
From top to bottom:
Office of Diversity & Equity for Students (typed in white bold large font).
Multicultural Student Programs (typed in white bold large font).
No Excuses (typed in black cut out bold larger font with white background text).
“When Life Gives You Lemons, Make Lemonade” (typed in white large font).
On left, an image of black man with black eyeglasses with a gray suit with tie.
Anthony Diallo (typed in white large font).
Tuesday, February 14, 2017 (typed in white large font).
12:30 PM to 1:50 PM (typed in white large font).
JSAC MPR (typed in white large font).
For more information, contact: mailto:[email protected] (typed in white small font).
To request accommodations, contact: mailto:[email protected] by February 8 (typed in white small font).

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Gallaudet University - Keeping the Promise (KTP)
11/29/2016

Gallaudet University - Keeping the Promise (KTP)

The Celebration of Panama is hosted by three Panamanian students seeking to spread awareness about Panama culture along with an explanation of the culture, topped with Panamanian food! COME AND LEARN ABOUT BEAUTIFUL PANAMA!

Attached is the flyer for the event :

Image Description
From top to bottom:
The background is transparency of panama flag with a blue star at the left top corner side, while red star is lower right corner, adorned with a photo of a panama lady in white red detailed traditional Panamanian dress, right side, a photo of a person clenching fists, in a detailed traditional Panamanian mask with spiky orange feathers adorned around the crown of the character’s head.

Logos are on the left bottom corner, Department of Education Gallaudet University, GSA logo, SBG logo, LSU logo, Office of Research and Support and International Affairs

The title in white bold font- CELEBRATION OF PANAMA. Underneath the title is a black subheading font style saying “Tuesday, November 29 5:00 to 7:00 PM JSAC MPR” In small white font at bottom written is- Sponsored by Office of Diversity and Equity for Students, For more information, contact :[email protected] For accommodations, Contact:[email protected] before November 28th.

"Growing Up in Pow Wow Culture" begins at 12:30 PM! We are at SAC MPR
11/08/2016

"Growing Up in Pow Wow Culture" begins at 12:30 PM! We are at SAC MPR

11/08/2016

Today! Grab your friends and classmates to come and watch the presentation, "Growing Up in Pow Wow Culture" at SAC MPR at 12:30 PM to 2 PM!

#GallyMSP #GrowingupinPowWowCulture

Dawnena Michelle Muth is an enrolled member of the Pawnee tribe of Oklahoma through her maternal grandfather. Her matern...
10/25/2016

Dawnena Michelle Muth is an enrolled member of the Pawnee tribe of Oklahoma through her maternal grandfather. Her maternal grandmother is from the Flandreau Santee tribe of South Dakota. Deaf since age 2, Dawnena has danced her whole life. She performed extensively with her mother's dance troupe, including at the White House, and has also presented at various Deaf venues, including Aspen Deaf Camp, Lexington School for the Deaf, and at Gallaudet's People of Color Conference.

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Office of Diversity and Equity for Students (white uppercase font)
Multicultural Student Programs (orange uppercase font)
Growing up in POW WOW culture (white uppercase font)
Nov. 8th (white small uppercase font)
12:30-1:50 (white small uppercase font)
JSAC MPR (white small uppercase font)
A light skin boy stands and look at next to a light skin big boy while a light skin female stands with sign song in a picture
Dawnena Michelle Muth is an enrolled member of the Pawnee tribe of Oklahoma through her maternal grandfather. Her maternal grandmother is from the Flandreau Santee tribe of South Dakota. Deaf since age 2, Dawnena has danced her whole life. She performed extensively with her mother’s dance troupe, including at the white house, and has also presented at various deaf venues, including aspen deaf camp, Lexington School for the Deaf, and at the Deaf people of Color Conference. (White small uppercase font)
For more information, contact mailto:[email protected] (brown small uppercase font)
For request accommodations, contact mailto:[email protected] (brown small uppercase font)

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10/25/2016

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Today! Come and discuss about the Deaf Community-Police Relations Sharing Concerns and Building Trust! 12:30 PM to 1:50 ...
10/20/2016

Today! Come and discuss about the Deaf Community-Police Relations Sharing Concerns and Building Trust! 12:30 PM to 1:50 PM at SAC MPR!

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The Office of Diversity and Equity for Students (ODES) in collaboration with the Student Body Government (SBG) will be hosting an event on Thursday, October 20, 2016 from 12:30 to 1:50 p.m., at JSAC MPR, focusing on recent concerns about relations between law enforcement officers and the deaf community in light of Daniel Harris’ death. This event will include a panel discussion with officers from the Metropolitan Police Department of District of Columbia (MPD), the Gallaudet University Department Public of Safety (DPS), and possibly other area jurisdictions.

We encourage members of the campus community to participate with this event to learn how we can establish a better connection with law enforcement officers and become actively involved with the community healing process as we strive for a better future.

Inquiries about the event can be sent to mailto:[email protected]. If you would like to request accommodations, please contact mailto:[email protected] by October 14.

Deaf Community-Police Relations Image Description
An image of sirens (red on far left and blue on far right).
Text: Deaf Community-Police Relations: Sharing Concerns and Building Trust (typed in bold white largest font) with black background
(Typed in bold black larger font inside yellow round dialog box:
Can you write down what you are saying?
I don’t lipread!
What are you saying?
I’m using ASL, not making gang signs!
I am Deaf! (typed in orange bold largest font)
If I can’t hear you, I can’t “obey your commands!”
Can we use my phone to communicate?
My Deaf voice shouldn’t make you fear for your life.
(Typed in white larger font with black background)
When: October 20, 2016 at 12:30 pm- 1:50 pm
Where: JSAC SAC-MPR
(Typed in white regular font with black background)
Office of Diversity and Equity for Students and Student Body Government
For accommodations, contact mailto:[email protected] by October 14, 2016

#drmelissaherzig #hispanichistorymonth #howcanwemotivatestrugglinglatin@studentstoread? Dr. Melissa Herzig began her pre...
10/19/2016

#drmelissaherzig #hispanichistorymonth #[email protected]? Dr. Melissa Herzig began her presentation. Image description coming soon

#ktpfacilitatingdifficultdialogues dinner begins...
10/19/2016

#ktpfacilitatingdifficultdialogues dinner begins...

Melissa's presentation is postponed until spring 2017. Sorry for any inconvenience.
10/13/2016

Melissa's presentation is postponed until spring 2017. Sorry for any inconvenience.

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10/13/2016

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Melissa Draganac-Hawk, first-generation American of deaf immigrant Peruvian parents, received her master's degree in Lin...
10/13/2016

Melissa Draganac-Hawk, first-generation American of deaf immigrant Peruvian parents, received her master's degree in Linguistics and two bachelor's degrees in Theater Production & Performance and American Sign Language from Gallaudet. Melissa is presently the Director of Early Childhood Education at the Pennsylvania School for the Deaf and an adjunct Professor of American Sign Language at the University of Pennsylvania. Immensely involved with the deaf community, Melissa is the current President of the National Association of the Deaf. She was the President of the National Council of Hispano Deaf and Hard of Hearing, now renamed Council de Manos, and was the Executive Director of Deaf Women United.

Melissa will discuss personal experiences of racism, either directed at her or occurring in her presence, throughout her life as a deaf person of color, Latina, and child of immigrant parents. She will also identify behaviors that, while not overt, are indeed racially motivated. She will provide strategies on how to respond to these and discuss the immediate and long-term benefits of various responses. Come and see Melissa's presentation on Thursday, October 13, 2016.

Gaining from Negativity Flyer Image description:

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Flyer has a creamy background.

Frop top to bottom:

HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH (black bold capitalized fonts)

On left, a icon of red negative outline. On right, a icon of green positive outline.

Join us for (black bold fonts)

GAINING FROM NEGATIVITY (green bold capitalized fonts)

On left, a light skinned female with black glasses smiled. She wore silver hoop earrinngs. Her clothes were black with a silver necklace.

Presentation (black regular fonts)

Melissa Draganac-Hawk (Black regular fonts)

First Latina Woman (Black italic bold fonts)

NAD President (Black regular bold fonts)

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October 13, 2016 (Black regular fonts)

12:30 PM-1:50 PM (Black regular fonts)

JSAC 1011 (Black regular fonts)

On left, Facebook logo (blue) with Gallaudet MSP (White bold large fonts),

Twitter logo (light blue) with Instagram (purplish-pink with yellow with a shape of a camera).

Office of Diversity and Equity for Student

Turn A Page Together (TAPT) begins! More registrations today! Come and see us at JSAC MPR! Image description coming soon
10/05/2016

Turn A Page Together (TAPT) begins! More registrations today! Come and see us at JSAC MPR! Image description coming soon

#gallymsp #drmelissaherzig #guodes paraprofessional Tiasa Introduces Dr. Melissa Herzig. Image description coming soon
09/22/2016

#gallymsp #drmelissaherzig #guodes paraprofessional Tiasa Introduces Dr. Melissa Herzig. Image description coming soon

#hispanichistorymonth #drmelissaherzig presentation about "How can we motivate struggling latin@ adolescents to read?" b...
09/22/2016

#hispanichistorymonth #drmelissaherzig presentation about "How can we motivate struggling [email protected] adolescents to read?" begins now! We are at JSAC MPR. Come and see us! #gallymsp #GUODES image description coming soon

MSP is proud of hosting the TAPT (Turn-A-Page- Together) program on Wednesdays, October 5 to November 16, 2016, from 12 ...
09/19/2016

MSP is proud of hosting the TAPT (Turn-A-Page- Together) program on Wednesdays, October 5 to November 16, 2016, from 12 pm to 1 pm.

The TAPT program is a multicultural book club offered each semester, and it is open to all members of the Gallaudet community (students, faculty, and staffs). Not just that, TAPT is also an opportunity for participants to share their diverse views and to experience thought-provoking books through discussion.

Participants receive a FREE copy of the books and FREE lunch from the Marketplace each week. ADVANCE REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED by September 30, 2016!

Turn A Page Together (TAPT) Flyer Image description attached.

#GallyMSP presentation about "Get Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable" by Andres
09/15/2016

#GallyMSP presentation about "Get Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable" by Andres

LaQuita, #GUODES paraprofessional introduced #GallyMSP #Andres
09/15/2016

LaQuita, #GUODES paraprofessional introduced #GallyMSP #Andres

"Get Comfortable with Being UnComfortable" presentation begins!
09/15/2016

"Get Comfortable with Being UnComfortable" presentation begins!

Repost @gallylgbtqa We would love to see you all come and be part of the bag bag lunch to discuss different topics and s...
09/13/2016

Repost @gallylgbtqa We would love to see you all come and be part of the bag bag lunch to discuss different topics and socialize to meet new people. [Image description:
Flyer has a light colored rainbow from red, orangish, yellow, green, blue, and purple.
From top to bottom:...
Office of Diversity and Equity for Students (typed in regular black font)
Two rainbow of hearts at each end.
LGBTQA RESOURCE CENTER (typed in large black capitalized font)
BROWN BAG LUNCH (typed in larger black capitalized font) with 3/4 rectangle black outline with brown bag lunch image.
SEPTEMBER 23, 2016 (typed in large black capitalized font)
12PM - 1PM (typed in large black capitalized font)
TBD (typed in large black capitalized font)
Blue bird icon "Twitter" with typed regular black fonts. Gally LGBTQA.
Facebook logo (blue with white f) Gallaudet University LGBTQA
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For more information, contact mailto:[email protected] (typed in regular black font)
For accommodations, contact mailto:[email protected] by September 16 (typed in regular black font) --

#Repost @guodes ・・・KTP is having an opening celebration on Wednesday, September 14, 2016 at Ole Jim from 7:00 - 9:00 PM....
09/13/2016

#Repost @guodes ・・・
KTP is having an opening celebration on Wednesday, September 14, 2016 at Ole Jim from 7:00 - 9:00 PM. All students of colors are welcome.

KTP Opening Celebration Flyer Image description: (either JPG or PDF)

Flyer has multiple variety of colors (red, orange, and yellow) leaves with gray background.
From top to bottom:
Office of Diversity and Equity for Students in white bold fonts.
#knowyourstory in white bold fonts.
Home is where your story begins… in white bold fonts.
KEEPING THE PROMISE (KTP) in white bold capitalized font.
Opening Celebration in white regular font.
Wednsday, September 14, 2016 in white regular font.
Peikoff Alumni House (Ole Jim) Upper Level in white regular font.
7:00 - 9:00 PM in white regular font.
Follow & Like GUKTP/GUODES
Facebook logo (blue bold font), Twitter logo (light blue), and Instagram (purpish-pink with yellow with a shape of camera).
#GUKTP #Knowyourstory in white regular font.
For more information, contact mailto:[email protected] in regular white font.
For accommodations, contact mailto:[email protected] by September 7, 2016 in regular white font.

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