Indigenous Women and Women of Color Student Symposium

[We at the Women's Center and the University of Minnesota have been closely monitoring the development of COVID-19. The health and safety of our students, faculty, staff, and guests are a top priority. Following state-wide guidance, we have made the difficult decision to cancel all events — including the Indigenous Women and Women of Color Student Symposium — through the end of the spring semester. We will keep you updated regularly, including if and when events will be rescheduled. Please visit our website, social media channels, and sign up for our email newsletter for further updates. For up-to-date information on the University’s operations, visit Safe Campus.]

This one-day, biennial symposium is a space for indigenous women and women of color students to learn from each other, network, and explore leadership, personal, and professional development. The symposium prioritizes and centers the voices and experiences of indigenous women and women of color students. 

This symposium is co-hosted by the Women's Center and the Carlson School of Management, with generous co-sponsorship (for the originally scheduled symposium) from: a Campus Climate Micro-Grant; Center for Leadership in Maternal and Child Public Health; CFANS Office for Diversity and Inclusion; Multicultural Center for Academic Excellence; Martin Luther King, Jr. Program; Office for Multicultural Student Engagement; St. Cloud State Women's Center; UMN Morris Commission on Women and Gender Equity.

Collage of stars and constellations and various images indigenous women and women of color from throughout history. Text reads Radical Roots: Indigenous Women and Women of Color Student Symposium 2020

Registration

Registration for Radical Roots is unavailable due to the postponement of the symposium (see message above).