Mosaic: Social Justice Symposium, November 18, 2017
“Undergraduate and graduate presentations represent a range of social justice topics including, but not limited to, human rights, gender disparities, racial discrimination, classism, sexuality, education, economic inequality, ableism, ethnicity, religion, environmentalism, technology, and political and cultural oppression.” – OU Gender and Equality Center
Me Too Monologues
“It’s here! OU MTM is proud to present the 3rd annual Me Too Monologues production!
Join us November 8th and 9th at 8 PM in Meacham Auditiorium for a life-changing show with inspiring and thought-provoking monologues written by anonymous members of the OU community. These monologues will have you saying “Me Too!”
The doors will open at 7:45 PM, and we will have a limited number of AWESOME MTM shirts to give away, so get there early!” – OU Gender and Equality Center
OU AISA Fall benefit Powwow
Enjoy an evening filled with cultural dances, music, food, and festivities, benefiting the OU American Indian Student Association!
When: November 12th, 2017, 2pm-11pm
Where: Longfellow Middle School BGym, Norman, OK
OU Honors College professor Dr. Andreana Prichard is teaching a Presidential Dream Course titled “Africa and the ‘Urge to Help’: Humanitarianism in Historical Perspective.” The course and the accompanying public lectures interrogate the complex and sometimes ironic history of “humanitarianism” in sub-Saharan Africa. Experts on this topic will be delivering talks on mission “voluntourism,” on the motivations behind “helping,” on the idea of basic income grants and giving cash to the poor, and on the 2014 Ebola epidemic in West Africa.
The three remaining lectures are scheduled:
November 9 at 4:30 pm in Gould Hall Gallery
Dr. James Ferguson (Stanford University), “Presence and Social Obligation: An Essay on the Share”
November 28 at 4:30 pm in JJ Rhyne Community Room Zarrow Hall