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Stay connected with the Multicultural Center!If you are not currently on our listserv, you may click here to join the Atlanta campus listserv or click here to join the Perimeter listserv. You can also join our Panther Involvement Network (PIN) page!

Celebrate Asian, Pacific-Islander, Desi-American (APIDA) Heritage Month!

Join Georgia State’s Multicultural Center and the greater university community in observing Asian Pacific Islander & Desi American (APIDA) Heritage Month with events throughout April. Although this commemoration is officially observed in May, the university holds events and observances so that all may participate before classes end for the spring semester. We use the term APIDA, which stands for Asian Pacific Islander Desi American, as a pan-ethnic classification that intentionally includes South Asians (Desi) as part of our community. There is a great diversity of identities and ethnicities encompassed under the APIDA umbrella, including East Asian, South Asian, Southeast Asian, and Pacific Islander. You can check out programs happening at the university here! Have programs you’d still like to submit? Submit them here!

I Can’t Breathe:Connections Between Climate Change, COVID-19 & Environmental Racism

Join the Multicultural Center for TALK TUESDAY. On this specific TALK TUESDAY our moderator and panelist will have a discussion exploring the connection between climate change, COVID-19 and environmental racism.
Panelists include Andrea Chu, Founder of Chicago Asian Americans for Environmental Justice, Richard Milligan, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Geosciences, Georgia State University, Na’Taki Jelks, Ph.D., MPH, Assistant Professor, Environmental and Health Sciences, Spelman College, Ari Manangan, Geographer & Health Scientist, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Tina Johnson, Director of the National Black Environmental Justice Network.
You can RSVP and register here!

Storytellers featuring Amanda Nguyen

Join the Multicultural Center for STORYTELLERS featuring Amanda Nguyen, Civil Rights Activist, Nobel Peace Prize Nominee and CEO & Founder of RISE, on Thursday, April 22, 2021 at 4 PM Eastern on Zoom or in-person at our designated on campus watch party spaces, to hear her story! Link and locations will be emailed after you RSVP. Cosponsored by International Student & Scholar Services and the Office of the Dean of Students in honor of Asian Pacific Islander & Desi American Heritage Month, Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and Earth Week. Content Warning: This talk contains references to rape and sexual assault. To learn more, RSVP or join our session, please visit the Panther Involvement Network.

Spring 2021 Programming!

The Multicultural Center has some exciting programming planned for the spring semester! During the spring semester, we will increasingly implement our hybrid programming model. Many of our programs will feature both an in-person as well as virtual space!Because we care about your safety and health, we will continue to practice safe social distancing as well as providing virtual programming opportunities!
We will continue to create programs and events that create a culture of C.A.R.E through community building, advocacy, resources and services as well as education and training. From discussion programs to heritage month celebrations, we have something that everyone will enjoy!

Check out our Spring Programming page to join us for great conversations and events that will enhance your personal and academic experiences!

Upcoming Events

Spring 2021 COVID-19 UPDATES

The Multicultural Center will continue to provide a safe environment during the spring semester. The following guidelines will continue to be enforced to ensure your safety and the safety of our staff. We continue to ask our patrons for their mutual commitment to helping us keep the Multicultural Center and our Georgia State University community safe while using our spaces.
The health and safety of our students, members, and staff are our top priorities. We will continue to follow CDC guidelines and Georgia Public Health safe practices for COVID-19. If you are not feeling well or are experiencing any of the symptoms related to COVID-19, please stay home. See More…

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Frequently Asked Questions

The Multicultural Center will continue appointment based in-person services Monday, January 11, 2021. Our office hours will be 8:30 a.m. - 5:15 p.m. The center lobby will remain closed to all throughout the spring semester, however, conference rooms and the Gender & Sexuality Resource Center can be reserved and used by appointment only. You can make an appointment by calling us, 404-413-1584, or via email. You may also come into the office to make your reservation, however, you must adhere to all social distancing and health guidelines in the center.
While most of our programming will be done virtually via WebEx and social media, we will be moving to more hybrid based programming where students on campus may join in-person while practicing social distancing guidelines and others may join online. Our newsletters will be sent out with links for you to access the event. Links will also be listed on our Programming , page as well. Email us to join our listserv! We will also be updating our social media platforms daily, allowing students to constantly engage with us throughout the semester! Please email us to join our listserv. We will also be updating our social media platforms daily, allowing students to constantly engage with us throughout the semester! Follow us on Instagram,Twitter, or interact with us on Facebook.
Yes! Beginning the spring semester, Pop Talks will be offered every other week, or twice a month. This will be a hybrid program that permits 7 students at a time to visit our Gender & Sexuality Resource Center and join in-person. Links to Pop Talks will be included in our weekly newsletter as well as on our programming page.
Yes! The Community Connections Mentoring Program will continue this academic year! Please visit the Community Connections web page to learn how to apply and get involved!
You can visit our website or email us and a professional staff member from our team will be in contact with you!
Yes! In order to checkout books from the Multicultural Center, you must make an appointment. You can make an appointment by calling us, 404-413-1584, or via email
If you would like a Safe Zone or TRANSformation Workshop done for your department or student organization, you may still submit a request. These workshops can be done virtually using WebEx! If you have questions about other workshops or trainings, please email William Britto.

The Gender and Sexuality Resource Center

The Gender and Sexuality Resource Center (GSRC) is a designated safe space for all gender and sexuality variant students, faculty and staff. Located in a separate wing of the Multicultural Center, the GSRC has technology, a study area and an overall welcoming spirit aimed to build identity awareness and academic success! The GSRC will work closely with many student organizations, departments and faculty to create enriching experiences for all who visit.

The center also features a meditation room that will also serve as a changing space for individuals a part of the trans and non-binary community. To learn more about ways to make gift donations to the Gender and Sexuality Resource Center, please visit our crowd funding page.

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