Time: Thursday, February 16, 2017 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location: Multicultural Center Alonso Family Room
A.I.D.E. (Advocates for Inclusion and Diversity throughEducation) is a group at OSU that strives to educate the campus community about social justice. We are a student organization that serves as ambassadors for the Multicultural Center. We host workshops and events on campus and around the community while collaborating with other student groups in order to promote diversity and inclusion on campus.
Meetings are open to all students and we accept new members throughout the year at anytime. Each meeting has a different theme and activity. We often invite staff members to present to us about a particular topic. We also have opportunities for YOU to be a facilitator for the workshops we host on campus. If you are interested, please come to one of our meetings or visit our website: http://mcc.osu.edu/get-involved/a-i-d-e/
This week's meeting is going to focus on the gender division/dichotomy of common clothing and it's purpose (the male gaze, performing gender), representation in high fashion (androgenous models, intersex models, black models, etc.), and cultural appropriation vs celebration in high fashion.
This event also counts toward your DICE Certificate (SJE) so be sure bring your DICE card or stop by the MCC to pick one up. More information about DICE can be found here: go.osu.edu/dice.
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