Upcoming Events

 

 

The Lewis Walker Institute for the Study of Ethnic Relations on the campus of Western Michigan University presents informative and interesting speakers, community interest, and student-centered events throughout the year.

Jerjuan Howard I A Message to Black College Students-Book Discussion

October 28, 2021 I 6 p.m. I Meader Room, Waldo Library, WMU

Lunch and Learn I Kalamazoo's Response to the Afghan Crisis

November 5, 2021 I 11:30 a.m-1 p.m. I Room 212, Bernhard Center, WMU

Lunch and Learn I Kalamazoo's Response to the Afghan Crisis Pt. 2

December 3, 2021 I11:30 a.m-1 p.m. I MultiCultural Center, Trimpe Building, WMU

MLK 2021 Teach-In I The Time is Always Right to do What is Right

January 17, 2022 I11a.m-.1:00 p.m. I South Ballroom, Trimpe Building, WMU

Co-Sponsored by TRHT-Kalamazoo and WMU Governmental Affairs

Lunch and Learn I Immigration in Black and White

January 14, 2022 I 11:30 a.m-1 p.m.  I MultiCultural Center, Waldo Library, WMU

Lunch and Learn I TBD

February 4, 2022 I 11:30 a.m-1 p.m.  I MultiCultural Center, Waldo Library, WMU

LWI Movie Night I Antebellum

February 18, 2022 I 5::30 p.m-9 p.m.  I Rooms 157-59, Bernhard Center, WMU

Lunch and Learn I Immigration, Policy, and Black History

March 18, 2022 I 11:30 a.m-1 p.m.  I MultiCultural Center, Trimpe Building, WMU

Join us for a podcast taping of our last lunch and learn of the year.