Crafting the World We Want to Live In
This presentation was created for freshman orientation students and provides a brief introduction into UNT's diversity & inclusion policies/practices highlighting the MC, PA, and OSL.
From Awareness to Action
This workshop was created for Resident Assistants during Residence Life training. It will allow participants to learn more about gender identities, race/ethnicity and how to respond to bias language. They will review resources that the MC offers.
Multicultural Center 101
Introductory presentation for student organizations/departments interested in learning about the services and resources offered by the Multicultural Center.
Leadership in a Global Society
Academic presentation typically delivered to leadership certificate courses. Students will be familiar with current student demographics and be able to discuss both external and internal identities.
My Culture is Not a Costume
This presentation was created for residence halls as a means to kickstart a conversation around cultural appropriation, race and ethnicity.
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The Pride Alliance opened on October 11, 2013 on National Coming Out Day. The creation of the Pride Alliance was one of the final plumes in Dr. Gilda Garcia's cap, who served as Vice President for the Division of Institutional Equity and Diversity, before her departure in March 2013. The Pride Alliance was created to provide a campus office to specialize in resources on gender and sexuality and a safe space for marginalized orientations, gender identities, intersex, and questioning students. The Pride Alliance began as a branch of the Multicultural Center and worked to focus more closely on the topics of gender and sexual orientation, which are part of the Multicultural Center’s five areas of focus. In June of 2014, the Pride Alliance became an independent and fully staffed office that was located in Sage Hall 328, with a Student Services Coordinator, Administrative Coordinator, and a Student Assistant. The Pride Alliance gained a second Student Assistant in Spring of 2015, and a third Student Assistant, specifically devoted to graphic design, in Summer 2015. As the Pride Alliance grew, the office needed more staff members to better serve the UNT community. In Fall 2015, a new Director position was created for the office and the Pride Alliance reached its current full staff of Director, Student Services Coordinator, Administrative Coordinator, and three student assistants.