Dear Undergraduate Winona Students,
Join us during our inaugural Inclusion and Human Dignity week to reflect on and celebrate our inherent dignity and worth as children of God, created in His image and likeness, and to love our neighbor in all that we do. This year we are focusing on exploring injustices.
Beginning January 15th we will have different opportunities to celebrate and discuss our inclusive community alongside the concept of human dignity. Please reference the timeline of events below:
All Week (January 15th – January 19th)
There will be an interactive Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. timeline of key speeches along with reflection questions.
Location: Toner Student Center Lobby
Tuesday, January 16th
Event and Location: Mass for the Preservation of Peace and Justice (Saint Thomas More Chapel at 12:15 PM)
Event and Location: Prayer service prior to the Student Senate meeting (Salvi Lecture Hall at 6:45 PM)
Wednesday, January 17th
Event and Location: Listening to Reality – A Survivor Story (Aquinas Hall, Room 200, 7 P.M.)*
Thursday, January 18th
Event and Location: Movie Showing and Discussion: Sound of Freedom (Aquinas Hall, Room 200, 6:30 P.M.)*
* Warning: The content of these sessions covers sensitive topics and themes surrounding human trafficking, sexual exploitation, and assault which may be distressing for some individuals.
Listening to Reality – A Survivor Story is a co-sponsored event with the School of Health and Human Services.
Posted by: The Office of Inclusion and Human Dignity