Celebrate LGBTQ+ PRIDE at Smith Pride Drag Bingo with Drag Queens Identity Crisis and Dévo Monique and featuring Rex You Wu, MS '17. This virtual event is open to all Maryland Smith students, faculty, staff, and alumni.

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MICA is bringing back AAPI Check-Ins! This year, these weekly sessions will be peer led. Have lunch or a snack, take a break from studying, pause, process with your community members, and just be. Led by members of the Taiwanese American Student Association.

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Join Dr. William T. Lewis, Sr., nationally recognized diversity, equity, and inclusion thought leader, and host of Beyond Color Blind Podcast and special guest Dr. Robin DiAngelo, New York Times Best Seller List, White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard For White People To Talk About Racism.

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MICA is bringing back AAPI Check-Ins! This year, these weekly sessions will be peer-led. Have lunch or a snack, take a break from studying, pause, process with your community members, and just be. Led by MICA Community Organizing Student Intern.

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Hosted by the Graduate Student Legal Aid Office. Identity documents are a major area of legal concern for transgender people, and different procedures and requirements for legal name changes and gender marker changes on birth certificates, driver’s licenses, and other documents vary from state to state. This workshop is designed to help you navigate the legal waters of changing your name and gender marker on federal and state documents.

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In the last year, over 3,800 reports were made to Stop AAPI Hate. The recent surge of anti-Asian violence and hate, including the recent murders in Atlanta, has generated a lot of fears, anger, and anxiety within the Asian/Asian American, and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities in the U.S. and globally. As an Asian international student, some of you may be scared, confused, and angry at what is happening and may want to talk to other international students about your experiences and concerns, as well as brainstorm what we can do to protect and advocate for ourselves and others.

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The Wellesley Centers for Women hosts a panel discussion on the economic downturn—or "she-cession"—that was sparked by the COVID-19 pandemic and continues to disproportionately affect women, especially immigrant women and women of color. Panelists will discuss how the Biden-Harris administration can help support women in the workplace in order to overcome the challenges of the pandemic and move the needle forward on gender equity.

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The UMD Disability Summit was established in 2016 as a forum for professionals, educators, academics, service providers, allies, and advocates focusing on disability issues to dialogue and collaborate across types of disability and institutions. The goal of the summit is to bring focus to and promote discussion of key current events and research impacting disability in society.

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Join Victor Mullins, associate dean of undergraduate programs and diversity officer, and Jeanette Snider, associate director of undergraduate programs, in an interactive, engaging and timely book club. Divided into the seven sections of A Promised Land by former President Barack Obama, we will meet throughout the Spring 2021 semester to discuss the Obama presidency in today's context. Join Smith faculty, staff, students and alumni as we take this journey together!

PART SIX | IN THE BARRELL
Page 517-620

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Experienced immigration attorneys assisted by students from the UMD Carey School of Law will provide free and confidential consultations for immigration and related tax issues. Register for a virtual appointment either on your own device or at the UMD College Park campus.

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