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Resources and activities include faculty-student dialogues, lectures, concerts, films, poetry slams and dialogue groups that explore issues of race, class gender, sexuality, globalization, inter-ethnic relations and cultural identity, with a particular emphasis on social justice education and leadership development. 

IC programming supports the exploration of diverse heritages, political perspectives and social and cultural experiences by offering a wide range of co-curricular activities and programs throughout the academic year. These include:​

  • Asian/Pacific Islander American (APIA) Heritage Month
  • Latino/a Heritage Month​
  • The Sager Series on LGBTQ History, Politics and Culture
  • The Jerry Wood Memorial Lecture, in collaboration with the Black Cultural Center