The Office for Diversity & Inclusion at Eastern Washington University invites you to experience 8 Days and 46 Seconds of Diversity Virtual Programming. You will have the opportunity Oct. 1-8 to explore multiple aspects of diversity through informative clips, mini-videos, articles and facts.
Expand your knowledge on cultural celebrations, landmark documents, honor the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, learn how to be an ally and watch snippets of a step show!
It’s easy—simply click the link below and grow in your diversity knowledge.
- Day 1: National Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month
- Day 2: Peanut Butter Jelly and Racism—Understanding Implicit Bias
- Day 3: How to be a Good Ally
- Day 4: The Legacy of The Honorable Ruth Bader Ginsberg
- Day 5: The History of the Divine 9 and Black Greek Letter Organizations | Step Show Video | A Brief History of Strolling
- Day 6: Native American Land Acknowledgement
- Day 7: Asian American Pacific Islanders in the Spokane Region
- Day 8: Disability Studies at EWU | “I’m not your inspiration, thank you very much,” Stella Young
The Office for Diversity & Inclusion will send a new link via email to students each day through Oct. 8 and InsideEWU will continually update this article with each day’s content.
The 8 days and 46 seconds are in memory of George Floyd, whose death has been a catalyst for positive change.
Thank you to our contributing sponsors:
- Gender, Women’s & Sexuality Studies
- Office of Native American Affairs
- Pui-Yan Lam, PhD, professor of sociology
- Disability Studies
- Members of the Spokane/Pullman area Divine 9 Black Greek Letter Organizations