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What Does the Safety Pin Mean to You?
This safety pin first appeared on our website in November following the US presidential election. It was not meant to communicate political affiliation or alienate anyone. It's purpose was and remains very simple and can resonate with everyone. If you need me, I am here for you. I will stand in solidarity with you.
ISLSI is committed to ensuring that the UMB Community can learn and work in an affirming, inclusive, and safe environment. For suggestions or ideas on how we can support UMB students, faculty, and staff impacted by the recent Executive Order impacting entry/re-entry into the United State of America please email email@example.com.
Women's History Month
Fun Fact: The United States has officially recognized Women's History month since 1987 but the celebration can be traced back to as early as 1978.
World Hijab Day
Fun Fact: World Hijab Day was founded by Nazma Khan as a way to foster religious understanding by inviting non-Hijabi Muslims/non-Muslims women to wear the hijab for one day.
How does poverty impact professional practice? Particpating in a Poverty Simulation can provided much needed insight.
Upcoming ISLSI Events
See the complete list of events here.