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The Office of Multicultural Affairs strives to enhance the experience of students from underrepresented groups and foster an appreciation of diversity and inclusion. We collaborate to recruit and engage students through educational, social and co-curricular programming. We emphasize identity, intersectionality and relationship-building to promote intercultural understanding. Our cultural competence education initiatives empower students for global leadership and equip students to carry forth the Wake Forest mission of Pro Humanitate.

 

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Upcoming Events

SPRING 2015

J2S

Journeys to Success Speaker Series
featuring Dr. Marc Lamont Hill
"Driven Towards Purpose"
Tuesday, April 21, 2015
ZSR Library Auditorium 404
7:00pm

Cosponsored by Anthropology Department, Black Student Alliance, Diversity & Collaboration Fund, Humanities Institute, Journalism Program, The LGBTQ Center, Museum of Anthropology,
The Omicron Sigma Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.,
and Pro Humanitate Institute

Ringu

"RINGU"
The original movie that inspired "The Ring"
Wednesday, April 22, 2015
ZSR Library Auditorium 404
5:30pm

Cosponsored by East Asian Languages Department

Featured News

Wake Forest Homepage Article: "Building Community"

Wake Forest Homepage Article: "Wake Forest's World Cultural Festival"

Wake Forest Homepage Article: "What can religion teach us about Jay-Z?"

Winston-Salem Journal Article: "9th Wonder comes to Wake Forest for a day"

Winston-Salem Chronicle Article: "Hip-Hop scholar drops knowledge at Wake"

Winston-Salem Journal Article: Benjamin Jealous delivers keynote address at 2014 MLK Celebration

Inside WFU Article: 2014 Building the Dream Award winners named

Inside WFU Article: Director Alta Mauro and Assistant Director Wesley Harris present at NASPA Multicultural Institute in Las Vegas, NV

The M4 Initiative - Making Manhood Mean More: An Exploration of Manhood, Masculinity and Black Identity (from NASPA Men & Masculinities Knowledge Community Summer 2013 Newsletter