Diversity Initiatives & Events

Listed below are some of our DMAC-sponsored events. For more information about these events, contact 

More photos of all events can be found in the Photo Gallery.

2021 - 2022 Events


2019 - 2020 Events

A Musical Celebration of Diversity

11/6/19: Indian Strings: Sitar and Rhythm Tabla with Rajib Karmaker and Shankh Lahiri

11/20/19: Asante Afrika presents African drumming

11/27/19: Rob Thierfelder of the Gordon Pipers presents Celtic piping

SCF Venice Performance Pavilion - 12:00-1:00 p.m.

 Musicians playing in Venice Campus Nov2019Drummers playing at SCF Venice Music Event Nov2019

Hispanic Literature Open MicHispanic Panel of Former Students

The 2019 Hispanic Heritage Month consisted of a month-long celebration of Hispanic and Latino cultures that included the following events:

Café Hispano:

Tasting of coffees and teas from different Latin American countries, refreshments, and Hispanic Knowledge Trivia prepared by the Latin/Hispanic Student Club. 9/11/19 - 9:00-11:00am – Student Union

Hispanic SCF Alumni Panel:  

Brown bag lunch and discussion with former SCF students who are now successful in their careers. Hear their insight on how SCF helped them get there! Bring your lunch. Drinks and desserts will be provided.9/18/19, 12:00-1:00pm – Location: Student Union 

Hispanic Literature Open Mic: 

Students, faculty, & staff: you are invited to read your favorite story, fragment, or poem from a Hispanic author. Sign-in at the door to read your favorite selection in English, Spanish, or both. 9/25/19 – 4:00pm – BR Library & Learning Ctr, Library Forum 3-108 

Bienvenidos to SCF Music:  

The SCF Music Program is proud to team up with the SCF Latin/Spanish Club to celebrate Spanish Heritage Month. Hear our ensembles perform music from siestas to fiestas, habaneras to boleros, and everything in between. 10/3/19, 7:30 pm - Neel Center for Perf. Arts.

Hispanic Games: 

Presented by SCFCS students. Learn about traditional and current games played in different Hispanic countries. 10/10/19 - 10:00am – 12:00pm - BR Library & Learning Ctr - 1st floor 

Hispanic Film Screening:  

Screening of the award-winning film “Roma” directed by Alfonso Cuarón. "Roma" portrays one year of the life of a maid in Mexico’s Colonia Roma in the early 70s. 10/11/19, 10:00am – BR Art Bldg. 10 – Screening Room


Café Hispano + Presentation of Oral Histories - 10/16/19, 9:00-11:00am – BR Library & Learning Ctr – Knowledge Commons (1st floor)

Cafe Hispano 2019Hispanic Drinks: Mate

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