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Multicultural Education Week

This is a virtual event

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The Schoolcraft International Institute and Student Activities are proud to present a virtual event: Multicultural Education Week. Please join us for 3 days of lectures, conversations, entertainment and other events.

Some of these include:

  • A presentation on Arab American history and culture given by the Arab American National Museum in Dearborn, MI
  • A lecture on the experiences of expat millennials in China who have been directly involved in Chinese education as university students and as teachers at various levels
  • Cultural Conversations where attendees can learn more about various countries around the globe.
  • Short film screenings surrounding issues of human rights around the globe
  • A presentation on the ways art can bring disparate cultures together and can also be used to bring awareness to issues of social injustice

This is just a sneak peek at the many offerings we have planned. More detailed information will be coming soon.

Check our website for a detailed schedule and access to these events. 

This event is free and open to the public. We look forward to seeing you all there.


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Multicultural Education Week



McEd Week Logo

The Schoolcraft International Institute and Student Activities are proud to present a virtual event: Multicultural Education Week. Please join us for 3 days of lectures, conversations, entertainment and other events.

Some of these include:

  • A presentation on Arab American history and culture given by the Arab American National Museum in Dearborn, MI
  • A lecture on the experiences of expat millennials in China who have been directly involved in Chinese education as university students and as teachers at various levels
  • Cultural Conversations where attendees can learn more about various countries around the globe.
  • Short film screenings surrounding issues of human rights around the globe
  • A presentation on the ways art can bring disparate cultures together and can also be used to bring awareness to issues of social injustice

This is just a sneak peek at the many offerings we have planned. More detailed information will be coming soon.

Check our website for a detailed schedule and access to these events. 

This event is free and open to the public. We look forward to seeing you all there.