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MLC End of Year Meeting

Thursday, Apr 25, 5:30 pm
Octavia Room

MLC council members come together and pre-plan for fall 2019

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End of Year Poetry Slam

Thursday, Apr 4, 6:30 pm
Satchmo's

Come out and listen to Loyola students perform their original poems at the End of Year Poetry Slam !

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MLC Vice President Spring Semester 2019

Thank you in your interest in applying to the Multicultural Leadership Council's Executive Board! MLC represents all of the diverse student organizations here at Loyola with goals of fostering collaboration between these organizations to increase power and social capital as well as exploring common bonds among different ethnic, cultural, and religious groups on campus! We achieve these goals by working as a team. As Vice President you would be the liaison the member organizations...

November Town Hall

Wednesday, Nov 28, 5 pm
Octavia Room

Join the MultiCultural Leadership council for the second and final town hall of the fall semester on November 28! Feeling underrepresented? Want your voice to be heard? Come out and discuss any concerns, questions, or general comments you have -- we want to hear from you!

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October Brave Spaces

Tuesday, Oct 30, 5 pm
Monroe 601

Join the MultiCultural Leadership Council at our first Brave Spaces event of the semester! Colin Kaepernick, the American flag, and the debate around civil discourse and peaceful protest- these topics and more will be discussed in our small-group discussions. Join us (Just Do It!)

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Town Hall

Wednesday, Oct 17, 5 pm
Octavia Room

Join the Multicultural leadership Council for our first Town Hall! Do you care about issues facing underreepresented students? Do you want your voice to be heard? We want to hear from you.

Topics being discussed:

Constitution Changes Goals for the year Future Representation
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Civil Discourse Panel - Brave Spaces event

Tuesday, Mar 20, 6 pm
Audubon Room

This panel will comprise of community members, faculty, and students about how we should engage conversation intended to enhance understanding. 

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