Pop Talks: Creating Space for Tough Conversations

LatinX Heritage Month
The Multicultural Center upholds inclusion and promoting equitable learning environments through its many programs. One particular program provides an especially welcoming and visible platform for students to communicate and share their beliefs, Pop Talks. As this nation has become increasingly polarized, the possibility of fostering a healthy dialogue seems to be ever-shrinking. Fortunately, during lunchtime each Wednesday Georgia State University students can pop in the Multicultural Center to eat Pop Tarts and discuss pop culture and current events.

Each week, the topic for Pop Talks changes and can range from discussions of mental health to social systems to recent political happenings. The program allows students from a variety of backgrounds to come in and share their perspectives based on their identities and upbringings.  more>>

Interested in being a Mentor? Mentee? Faculty/Staff Fellow?

Apply to the Community Connections – Mentorship Initiative! Applications accepted January 8-19, 2018.

The Multicultural Center is currently recruiting dedicated students, faculty, and staff to serve as part of our new Community Connections (C2) Mentorship Initiative!

Community Connections Mentoring Initiative (C2) is an opportunity for students to connect with each other, meet university faculty and staff, discuss topics, share ideas and build a culture of care at Georgia State University. This will also be a space for students to discuss strategies for success and ways to impact their cultural community at Georgia State University. more>>

C Squared Application Link

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    Pop in for pop tarts as YOU will decide what the topic of conversation will be on Wednesday 11/29 from 12:15-2pm SCE 206

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    Pop in for pop tarts as YOU decide what the topic of conversation will be on Wednesday 11/29 from 12:15-2pm SCE 206

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    Clip art: Film Through an Over-Analyzer’s perspective: Early American Life. Let’s watch & discuss it together today11/16,12:15-1:30 SCE 206

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    Joins us today 11/14 in SCE 206 from 12:15-1:30 pm as we share and discuss our culture and other cultures throughout the world

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    Rep Yo’ City: Understanding Culture Differences Through Geography Tues. 11/14, 12:15-1:30pm SCE MCC

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    Come to our C-Squared: Social Justice Exploration today 11/9 from 4-6pm in the Multicultural… https://t.co/vABz5Tmztb

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    We’re discussing & analyzing the clip art “Film Through the Over-Analyzer’s Perspective: Student Choice” 11/9, 12:1… https://t.co/P72WZot8dX

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