The NEIU Angelina Pedroso Center for Diversity and Intercultural Affairs constitutes six collaborating, student centered identitity based resource centers. The Centers include the African & African American Resource Center, Asian & Global Resource Center, Latino/a Resource Center, LGBTQA Resource Center, and Women's Resource Center.
To learn more about the APC, check out their websites, which include information on: programs and events, social justice workshops, and student, faculty, and staff identitidy based resources. Below are a few program highlights of each office.
Pedroso Center Program Highlights
Join the Latino/a Resource Center as we celebrate the bright and colorful
mosaic made up by the cultures of Latino America during
Hispanic Heritage Month.
Celebrate lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and ally communities
during Coming Out Week and Trans* Awareness Month
programs and activities!
Come discuss feminism, gender identity, social justice and more at
Pandora’s Box, our inclusive, monthly discussion series.
The "Black and…" brown bag lunch series speaks to how intersecting
identities impact education experiences of people of African descent.
The University community is provided an opportunity to increase awareness
and appreciation of the rich traditions and cultural influences of Asia during
the annual Asian and Asian American Heritage Conferences.
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