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The Safety Pin Initiative
This safety pin first appeared on our website in November 2016 after the U.S. presidential election. It was not meant to communicate political affiliation or alienate anyone. Its 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. With this in mind, we are piloting the Safety Pin Initiative, an eight-session curriculum composed of short lectures and activities focused on equipping staff with the tools necessary to build allyship with people of various identities. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
November is American Indian Heritage Month
American Indian Heritage Month can be traced back to 1915; however, it wasn't until 1990 that November was approved as national American Indian Heritage Month.
Global literacy is an understanding of how the world is organized and interconnected and the possibilities and constraints facing its peoples.
Dr. Louis Hunter of Thomas Jefferson University will discuss his experiences building interprofessional global health infrastructure at a university and health system.
Do you want to learn more about Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, and Christmas? Join ISLSI for an educational dessert party.
Do you celebrate a winter holiday other than the one's mentioned in the event title? Stop by the event and share your holiday traditions with the group.
Upcoming ISLSI Events
See the complete list of events here.