Lots of news stories and stories of humanity have broken in our community, across our region, our nation, and across the globe these past few months. Whether it was the attacks on satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris and the subsequent discussions of free speech and freedom of the press, or the work of MIT students, staff, and faculty to bring to campus discussions about the #blacklivesmatter movement, and how to transform that power into last change.
There are things we need to talk about, conversations we need to have, and topics we need to learn more about.
MIT’s Student Activities Office and Office of Multicultural Programs hosts an annual Multicultural Conference (MC^2) which delves deep into the issues affecting our community and our globe, and we want you to join us this year!
Taking place at the Endicott House from Friday, Feb. 5th after class to the evening of Saturday, Feb. 6th, this conference will feature discussions around the topic of “People over Psets: Tools for Building Community,” and is a must-attend opportunity!
Find more info at http://studentlife.mit.edu/omp/mc2 and register soon, spaces are going fast!!!