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Educational opportunities this week

There are a myriad of opportunities to learn about inclusion and global engagement this week. Aside from going to see Charles Man at 7:30pm in McGaw tonight, here is a partial list of the Center’s collaborative activities. On Wednesday at 7pm … Continue reading

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Guillermo Gómez-Peña Brings Unique Solo Performance to The College of Wooster

Renowned performance artist presents “Strange Democracy: The border wars” on April 15 Post-Mexican writer and performance artist Guillermo Gómez-Peña will bring his unique combination of embodied poetry, performance-activism, and theatricalizations of postcolonial theory to The College of Wooster when he … Continue reading

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Trafficking Humans

According to the Polaris Project, “there are more people in slavery than at the height of the north-american slave trade”. This is a controversial statistic. Regardless of its accuracy, one thing is for sure, many of us benefit from trafficked … Continue reading

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Upcoming events

The following three events are part of the Center for Diversity and Global Engagement (CDGE) “Activism for Inclusion” series. We hope to see you there. “Fannie Lou Hamer, the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, and Why We Vote.” Davis Houck ’89, … Continue reading

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