The Dr. Shirley S. Seaton Cultural Awareness Series illuminates various cultural perspectives to help sharpen an understanding of the ways in which we are all interconnected. These events provide exciting opportunities to engage the campus community in outside-the-classroom learning.
Jose Antonio Vargas is the leading voice in the immigration fight in American. As a journalist, undocumented immigrant and gay man, Jose’s experiences are unparalleled. With anecdotes from both his own story and the struggles of countless other undocumented immigrants in America, Vargas poignantly explores one of the most divisive questions facing our country today: how do you define “American”?
- 2014-2015 Programming Booklet
- Fall and Spring 2013-2014 Poster
- Spring 2012 Brochure
- Spring 2012 Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Poster
- Fall 2011 Brochure
- Fall 2009 Brochure
- Fall and Spring 2008-2009 Brochure
- Fall and Spring 2007-2008 Brochure
- Fall and Spring 2006-2007 Brochure
- 1991-2011 Speakers At-A-Glance
“Bree Newsome — the activist who brought down the Confederate flag flying outside the Columbia, S.C. capitol building in 2015 — shared a few harrowing details of that June day with a Cleveland audience rapt at attention…The audience of mostly students stayed engaged through the hour-long talk, which Newsome called “Tearing Hatred from the Sky.” (Tara Jefferson for The Anisfield-Wolf Community Blog, October 31, 2016)