Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs

Arab Heritage Month

Celebrate Arab Heritage Month with MESA! The theme this year is Qisasna (Our Stories). We'll be bringing in different speakers, workshops, and events to celebrate and highlight Arab history on campus and in the nation.

AHM 2022

Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month

About Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month

Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month (AA&PI Heritage Month) is a university-wide celebration of the Asian American & Pacific Islander communities. While the month is federally recognized in May, the Office of Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs (MESA) and the United Asian American Student Organizations (UAAO) celebrate the month from mid-March to mid-April, with a diverse range of events that honor AA&PI history, heritage, community, and identity. 

Horizontal AA&PI HM Calendar of Events

Black History Month

Welcome to Black History Month 2022! We thank you for joining us in another year of celebrating the lives, success, struggles and beauty of the Black and Afro-descended peoples from around the globe.  

Please join us throughout the month of February as we delve into the theme of Black Joy! As you will find in the events below, our communities on campus have prepared dynamic, immersive and meaningful programs for all to attend, with a myriad of in-person, hybrid and virtual options.Black History Calendar of events will be shared a few weeks prior to starting our celebration. Please be sure to follow our social media pages to recieve the most up to date informaion regarding our herrtiage month celebrations. 

https://twitter.com/MESAUofM

https://www.facebook.com/pg/MesaUofM/posts/?ref=page_internal

https://www.instagram.com/mesaumich/

Several Black people stand smiling together. Black History Month 2022 - Black Joy

Native American Heritage Month

About Native American Heritage Month

Although the first "American Indian Day" was celebrated in May 1916 in New York, a month-long recognition of Native Americans did not happen until 1990. That year, President George H.W. Bush signed a joint congressional resolution designating November as National American Indian Heritage Month. Since then, the title has expanded to celebrate the heritage, history, art, and traditions of American Indians and Alaska Natives.


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