Interested in meeting new people on campus?
Do you want to enhance your skills as a student leader?
Would you like to promote diversity and inclusion on campus?
If you answered “YES” to any of these questions, learn more about
“Wilmington on Fire” is a feature-length documentary that gives a historical and present day look at the Wilmington Massacre of 1898.
Join us for the film screening of the award-winning documentary “Wilmington On Fire,” followed by a discussion with Filmmaker Christopher Everett. This is a free event!!
Thursday, February 9, 2017 | 5:30pm |EUC Auditorium
Sponsored by the Office of Intercultural Engagement, Campus Activities and Programs, History Department, Educational Leadership and Cultural Foundations Department, African American and African Diaspora Studies Program.
What are the benefits of being a SCOPE?
• To afford peer educators opportunities to clarify individual identities and personal understanding of other identities and experiences;
• To develop high level facilitation skills;
• To provide an intellectual space for students who value social justice to unite;
• To form a supportive network with other peer facilitators across campus;
• To enhance leadership skills and intercultural competence of peer educators;
• To inspire peer educators to incorporate social justice ideals into their lives after college.
Interested in getting involved?
Applications for the 2017-2018 academic year are open from January 17th, 2017 – February 14th, 2017. Just click the image above or this link: Kaleidoscope Program SCOPE Application 2017-2018
Have any questions about applying? Email Shara D. Cotton at firstname.lastname@example.org