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  • September is Hispanic Heritage Month
      • Spanish Language Influence in Indigenous Cultures: Terms and Identity by Dr. Vivian Delgado, Department of Languages and Indigenous Studies.


    The Spanish language has been present in this continent and in the US since the point of contact. It has become a first and second language in many Indigenous communities since conquest. This presentation will discuss definitions found among some Indigenous people, interpretations and use of the Spanish language and how it changes with time.

        • Christopher Columbus: Heroic Discoverer or Genocidal Invader? By Dr. Dan Allosso, Department of History.


  • October is National Disability Month

The ADA 30th Anniversary planning committee is pleased to announce a free, virtual event on October 26 at 1:00 p.m. celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the ADA and National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM). This free, 90-minute, online event will feature informative presentations, artistic performances, and more.  ADA30 Website
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  • November is Native American Heritage Month

Tuesday November 17th, 11am
Family D1 Dynamics with Grace White & Roger White
password: BBall

  • January is LGBTQ Month
  • February is Black History Month

Join us for Black History month and the Black Table Talk panel, which includes BSU’s Dr. Gabriel Warren as one of the panelists, is next Friday, February 19 from 12:00-1:00 p.m. Flyer here.
Zoom ID: 97966276772, Live stream on
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The Community Engagement Council’s next Community Conversations is Tuesday, Feb 23rd at 4:30pm.

This panel discussion entitled A Conversation about Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in our Communities will be led by:

    • Jorge Prince – Mayor of Bemidji
    • Dr. Gabriel Warren – Business Administration
    • Audrey Thayer – Bemidji City Council
  • March is Women’s History Month
  • April is Diversity Month
  • May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month