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Lawrence Technological University
21000 West Ten Mile Road
Southfield, MI 48075-1058

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Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion


Thursday, August 25 | Student Organization Fair
We look forward to meeting you.
12 - 2 pm, on the Quad

Tuesday, September 6 | Meet the NPHC Greeks
 Come mix and mingle with representatives of the Divine Nine Black Greek fraternity and sororities.  Representatives will share their respective organization's history, purpose, and the fulfillment they receive by being a member.
We anticipate repesentation from the following organizations: Alpha Phi Alpha, Delta Sigma Theta, Kappa Alpha Psi, Phi Beta Sigma, Zeta Phi Beta, Omega Psi Phi, and
Sigma Gamma Rho
6 - 8 pm, Blue Devil Cafe

Thursday, September 15 | The S Word, film and Q & A with Director Lisa Klein
This film Is a documentary that seeks to amplify the voices of those living after suicide attempts and loss and raise awareness about suicide prevention and resources.  There will be a chat (1:15 pm)with film maker Lisa Klein, and learn more about her personal experiences that inspired her decision to make this film.
Viewing 12:15 - 1:45pm, Location: T210 (UTLC Gallery)
Access the film here (9/7 - 9/21):  https://forms.gle/P8H4XxpAwof31aVz8  
(Access for @LTU.EDU email domain only)

Sunday, September 18 | ADL Walk Against Hate
Because Lawrence Tech University is one of Southfield's crown jewels, The Anti-Defamation League of Michigan would love to have a group of LTU students, staff, and faculty join us as we take a stand against hate and move towards securing justice and fair treatment for all. Participation is free and so are the T-shirts, and  registration  is easy!

  1. Sign-up and Share your commitment on social media with #WalkAgainstHate 

Check-In starts at 9 am, Walk begins at 10 am, Southfield City Center (26000 Evergreen Road)

Saturday, October 8 | Barbershop Forum #1: Masculinity
Description: Join the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion's first barbershop forum Saturday, October 8th.  Our hosts will discuss masculinity, professional and personal development, and future goals in the LTU student experience.  This forum will also provide self-care and grooming tips for men.  Hosted by Student Government, Alumni Board, and the ODEI.  Participants must register by Oct. 5th:  https://forms.gle/9ZkXb8GQJHCh5FPy9

10 am - 2 pm, Location: provided to registrants

October 10 - October 13 | LGBT History Month appreciation and Coming Out Week
Gain new insight about LGBT trailblazers that created opportunity for societal change, and be encouraging to our LGBTQ+ community members who dare to be their authentic selves. Stroll through the atrium to  The following events are a collaborative effort from SAGA, ODEI, AAC, Student Life and the STEM Center.

Thursday, October 13 | Coco Movie and Loteria Game night
In recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month, come celebrate with us.  We'll be showing the film, Coco and playing Lotería (Spanish word meaning "lottery"), a traditional game of chance (similar to bingo).  There will be prizes to be won and we'll also be serving up some delicioso treats.
7 - 9 pm, A210

Tuesday, October 25 | Shoah Ambassadors, film and Q & A with Director Keith Famie
The documentary film, Shoah Ambassadors, by Detroit filmmaker Keith Famie follows two young individuals living in Detroit as they embark on a journey to tell the story of the Holocaust through their own artistic medium in order to carry on the history for generations to come. Click the following link to register for this event here:  https://form.jotform.com/222713831605047  
12:30pm - 2 pm, Marburger Auditorium (S100)

Thursday, November 10 | Human Library
The Human Library is a worldwide movement that aims to address people's prejudices by helping them to talk to those they would not normally meet. This program uses a library analogy of lending people rather than books. To learn more about this movement visit www.humanlibrary.org.
12:00 - 3:30 pm, Location: Atrium

Tuesday, November 15 | Stories from Waawiyaatanong: Native Science & Technology
Waawiyaatanong, otherwise known as Detroit, is where the curved shores meet. Hadassah GreenSky, is an Anishinaabekwe (Little Traverse Bay Bands) from Detroit who is an artist, musician, and community organizer who has fought alongside the Standing Rock protestors in 2016. She is most passionate about her Native roots here in Detroit. Join us for an “edutaining” presentation.
12:30 - 2 pm, Atrium

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Hadassah GreenSky

Thursday, December 1 | Rest, Restore & Reset: A wellness retreat for all students
Allow this wellness retreat to help you decompress as you head into finals, graduation, semester break, and time with your family…or without family and friends.  Charlotte Nguyen will give you tools and techniques to help you care for your innermost self and reconnect to what truly matters. This event is open to all LTU students.  Do us a favor and let us know you'll be joining:  https://forms.gle/izyqC4qVhHd5j2UV7  
8:00 - 9:30 pm, Welcome Center (C406), located on the 4th floor of the Taubman Student Services Center

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Charlotte Nguyen

Volunteering with the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
If you're interested in volunteering with our office or in the community send us an email at odei@ltu.edu . We look forward to meeting you.

Volunteering with the City of Southfield.
Mayor’s Big Rake (Nov. 12, 19, Dec. 3, 10, 9am - 2pm