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Diversity and Difference

Diversity and Difference

                                       

 

MSPP SHOWS ITS PRIDE!

On Saturday, June 9th, MSPP marched proudly in the 2012 Gay Pride Parade. Students, staff, and faculty were there to celebrate and honor the LGBT community.

We even made the news!! Check us out on NECN at the 22-30 second mark of this clip.

Gay Pride March

 

MSPP celebrates Pride Month in June. “It Gets Better"


For more information and support, contact The Trevor Project at www.thetrevorproject.org.

                                       

Last month, in honor of Haitian Flag Day, MSPP held several important events. On May 5th, in collaboration with the Haitian Mental Health Network, MSPP sponsored

Trauma and Mental Illness in the Haitian Community:
Cultural Considerations for Developing a Broad Clinical and Research Agenda
.

For information on this conference including abstracts and conference presentations, please go to the Haitian Mental Health Network website

Fran Mervyn
Dr. Fran Mervyn, Dean of Students at MSPP and
Dr. Gemima St. Louis, President of the Haitian Mental Health Network

In addition to the conference, MSPP hosted an art exhibit “When Our Brushes Shook” a collection of Haitian Art formed in the aftermath of the January 2010 earthquake. The show raised $10,000 for local artists and the artists in the city of Jacmel, whose lives and work were devastated by the disaster. The Haitian Artists Assembly of Massachustetts and MSPP collaborated to help “revive” this community by exposing the public to the beauty and resilience of the Haitian community through art. Read about the exhibit here.

Joseph Chery
Joseph Chery, Curator and Artist of “When Our Brushes Shook”

Hatian Art
Joseph Chery, Myrtise Kretsedemas exhibit organizer and Charlot Lucien, artist

Contact Information

If you would like to be included in future profiles on this site, please contact Josh Cooper at josh_cooper@mspp.edu.

Updated 8/9/12

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Happy New Year!

November 2010
Recognizing Student Veterans

October 2010
National Coming Out Day, October 11

September 2010
Hispanic Heritage Month

Recognizing Ramadan

June 2010
Equality Month

May 2010
Older American's Month

March 2010
Women's History Month

February 2010
African American/Black History Month

November 2009
The Office of Multicultural Affairs recognizes our student veterans and military during the month of November

October 2009
National Coming Out Day: October 11th and Disability Awareness Month: October

September 2009
Hispanic Heritage Month

The Changing Face of Immigration: Legal Debates, Controversies and the Implications for Clinical Practice (PDF)

May 2009
Weil Grant Training: Leading Culturally Sensitive Parent Education Support Group

April 2009
Latino Mental Health Professional Networking Evening

Diversity Training: Hurricane Katrina Disaster Victims

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