Celebrate REMixed Week at UNLV!

Students Organizing Diversity Activities (SODA) cordially invites you to attend upcoming events for REMixed Week at UNLV! Racially and Ethnically Mixed (REMixed) Awareness week focuses on celebrating and raising better awareness of REMixed individuals and multiracial spaces. Explore these events to connect and engage in the REMixed community!

Cookies & Convo on Monday, March 28, 5-7pm at the Center for Social Justice. Attend this event to mix and mingle with shared community, enjoy plenty of cookies and milk, and engage in conversation about being REMixed at UNLV!

REMixed Movie Night: Little White Lie on Tuesday, March 29, 5:30-7pm at the Center for Social Justice. Join us for an outdoor movie night, popsicles, popcorn, candy, and a film exploring what it's like to navigate a hidden identity. 

Spectrum Coffee Hour: Living in "The Borderlands" on Tuesday, March 29, 7-8pm at the Center for Social Justice. Join Spectrum for a discussion on existing in the middle from the lens of Queer people of color. 

Uncensored: Blaxicans of L.A. on Wednesday, March 30, 11:30am-1pm at the Student Union rm. 208. Join us for a presentation by Walter Thompson-Hernandez, focused on his research and photo project titled the "Blaxicans of L.A." Free fusion food provided!

Transvisible: The Bamby Salcedo Story on Wednesday, March 30, 5-9pm at the Lied Library. Attend this documentary and paint party to explore what "Authentically Me" means to you! Hosted by the Center for Social Justice, MEChA, Jean Nidetch Women's Center, Gender and Sexuality Studies, University Libraries, and SODA. 

Loving Day Celebration on Thursday, March 31, 10am-2pm on Pida Plaza. Join us to celebrate, share the love, and learn more about the historic Loving v. Virginia case! We'll have crafts, sweets, trivia, music, and opportunities to share what Loving Day means to you.

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