A variety of Winona Campus events celebrating diversity and promoting inclusivity are happening in connection with the national celebration of March as Black History Month and the university’s ongoing initiative for Unity in Diversity.
A coalition of student organizations hosted Multicultural Week in February. The Step Afrika! dance troupe, speaker Matt Glowacki, and comedian Dan Kulp appeared on campus, along with with the Twin Cities Gospel Choir and musical act 1st Klass. The week culminated with the International Food Fest. A Unity in Diversity movie and discussion also took place, as well as an appearance by slam poet Kyla Lacey. The events continue with the play “They Call Me Q,” scheduled for April 25.
Caption: Step Afrika! troupe members held a community workshop before their performance.