Celebrating the Islamic Month of Ramadan

The Muslim Student Association at Appalachian State welcomes the blessed month of Ramadan. Many people know Ramadan as a month in which Muslims refrain from food and drink during the day, but this holy month also represents an opportunity for spiritual growth and reflection beyond just practicing self-discipline through fasting. The past year has been very difficult for many of us. We wish you ease during these difficult times and hope that this Ramadan gives us all an opportunity to reflect, express gratitude, recommit to serving our communities, and remember our loved ones who may not be able to celebrate this holy month with us. Ramadan Kareem!  

Apr 15
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COVID Vaccine Panel Discussion

COVID Vaccine Panel: Safety, Efficacy & Equity 

App State's Office of Intercultural Student Affairs and Office of Wellness and Prevention Services partnered with our colleagues at East Carolina University to present the...

COVID Vaccination Panel: Safety, Efficacy & Equity

Wednesday, March 3rd 2021

The panelists share insights based on their experiences and scientific knowledge. It was a great opportunity to hear about the COVID vaccine and issues for minoritized communities.

Panelists:

Dr. Cedric Bright, Associate Dean of Brody School Admissions

Dr. Keith Keene, Director Center for Health Disparities

Dr. Pamela Reis, Associate Professor College of Nursing

Dr. Rachel Roper, Associate Professor Microbiology & Immunology at Brody School of Medicine

Mar 18
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MLK Celebration 2021!

Celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. with Michael Eric Dyson

Michael Eric Dyson is one of the nation's greatest thinkers, distinguished writers, renowned orators, celebrated cultural critics, and most penetrating media commentators.  

The Georgetown sociology professor - who has also taught at Brown, UNC-Chapel Hill, Columbia, DePaul and the University of Pennsylvania - has twice won the prestigious NAACP Image Award, has won the American Book Award, and has been cited as one of the most influential and powerful Black Americans. 

A Virtual Event:  January 26th at 6 PM 

Registration Link: https://ecu.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_ahfrNA4TkfsNQ9v

Jan 15
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Martin Luther King, Jr. Day - January 18, 2021

Jan 13
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Celebrating the Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 

The Life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. - MLK Day!

Jan 13
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Sankofa Support Group. Join us virtually in our safe space for discussions and to share thoughts and concerns about our
 country's and community's political climate. Our living-room style conversation are open to all AppState members after each Presidential Debate.
Wed. Sept. 30, 5-6:30pm - Thurs. Oct. 8, 5-6:30pm - Fri. Oct. 16, 12-1:30pm - Fri. Oct. 23, 12-1:30pm - Wed. Nov. 4, 9 - 11am. Zoom info available from Marco Fonseca

Sankofa Support Group

The Office of Intercultural Student Affairs would like to support all our students by creating a safe space for all to discuss, navigate and share concerns and issues experienced and lived in 2020 through a series of virtual conversations through our Sankofa Support Group (SSG). SSG's purpose is to facilitate connection between people despite their differences, mitigate conflict and provide emotional support to students during what has proven to be a tumultuous and stressful year as a result of the COVID-19 Pandemic, the civil unrest caused by continued social inequalities and injustices experienced by our marginalized communities, the rise of unemployment nationwide, the upcoming 2020 Presidential Election and more.  

Sep 18, 20
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