Join the Multicultural Center for our October events! 

Latino Americans: Peril and Promise Documentary 
Wednesday, October 13th
5:30 p.m.
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Peril and Promise, an installment in the 6-part PBS documentary series Latino Americans, presents a history of the diverse communities of Latinx peoples of many nationalities living in the United States from 1980 to the 21st century. The film highlights the challenges, obstacles, and perils faced by many Hispanic immigrants during this time while also detailing the vibrant communities, economic successes, and rich artistic and cultural legacies of Latinos in the United States. The film has a running time of 55 minutes. A discussion will follow the film.

Email the Office of Inclusive Excellence at for more information about the program.

Voices: Race and Ethnicity Support Group
Thursday, October 14th and 28th (bi-weekly)
3:00 p.m.
Multicultural Center 210 (Library) 

Voices is a racial and ethnic support group for students of color to share their experiences and find ways to cope while also supporting and learning from others. Sessions are led by staff of color and held bi-weekly on Thursdays. 

Perspectives Discussion - Sexual Health and the LGBT Community
Friday, October 15th 
12:00 p.m.
Multicultural Center 106 (MPR)

Perspectives is a monthly conversation about issues of diversity, social justice, and equity at Ball State University. This month, in collaboration with the Office of Health Promotion and Advocacy, we will discuss Sexual Health and the LGBT community. Snacks will be provided, you may sign up to attend here: 
If you need any accommodations to participate in this event, please contact Casey Gargano at 
Culture Exchange – Kuwait 
Wednesday, October 20th 
12:00 p.m.
L.A. Pittenger Student Center, room 102

Culture Exchange is co-sponsored with the Rinker Center and the Multicultural Center to provide a sense of multiculturalism in other countries. There will be a presentation and informational session about the country of Kuwait. Students who attend will receive a free meal card. 
If you need any accommodations, have questions or concerns, please contact the Rinker Center for Global Affairs at 

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