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West Virginia University Activities and Events

The following information concerning West Virginia University Social and Environmental Justice related activities and events is generally updated at the beginning of each calendar month. Before committing to an activity or event please check for cancellations or changes since they were originally posted here. See Local News for non-CCSJ news, activities, and events organized and/or taking place in the Morgantown area. See Regional News for non-CCSJ news, activities, and events organized and/or taking place outside the Morgantown area.

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WVU Council for Gender EQuality

For information please go to their website or email

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The Native American Studies has several important events in early April. All are free and open to everyone. For more information on the events and to register for Zoom go here. The events are:

Wednesday, April 10, 7:00-9:00 p.m.: “AMÁ” A hybrid film screening and discussion with Native American Studies Elder-in-Residence Jean Whitehorse (Navajo), moderated by Bonnie Brown, NAS Program Coordinator. Free & open to the public. Attend on campus: G20 Ming Hsieh Hall or Register to attend via Zoom at . Filmmaker Lorna Tucker’s “Amá” addresses the involuntary sterilization of thousands of Native American women at U.S. government-run hospitals, a practice that continued into the 1970s and included other women of color. Ms. Whitehorse is one of the Native women who experienced sterilization without consent and is a key figure in this moving documentary film.

For information, please contact Bonnie M. Brown, Coordinator of the Native American Studies Program, West Virginia University, PO Box 6284, Morgantown, WV, 26506-6284, NAS.WVU.EDU, @WVU_NASprogram, or call 304-293-4626.

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WVU Women's Resource Center

The following information is from the Center's April monthly newsletter.

The WRC Offers Resources on Healthy Living, Outdoor Fitness, Summer Camps and More! As the weather warms and the sunshine draws us outside, the WVU women’s Resource Center offers resources on healthy living, outdoor fitness, recreational activities and more to its website. Check out the latest information on local farmer’s markets, parks and trails, cycling and running groups, community pools, gyms and fitness facilities and more. Visit our website to view the full list.

Women’s Resource Center to Provide Summer Camp Resources for WVU Parents and Caregivers The WVU Women’s Resource Center has updated its Dependent Care/Summer Camp page with over 30+ summer camp resources across all price points. These camps appeal to a wide variety of interests, including academics, sports, music, art, outdoor living, horseback riding and faith-based options. Camps are located throughout West Virginia, including camps hosted by WVU and camps that are free of cost!

Those interested in registering their child(ren) for summer camp can visit the WRC resource page here.

The WRC provides a comprehensive list of on-and-off campus resources for women and families. The site includes information on career resources, basic needs, healthcare, dependent care, healthy living, student organizations as well as services for immigrants, the LGBTQ+ community, veterans, and women's rights groups.

Go here for your one-stop-shop to find WVU and community resources.

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The WVU CBC provides educational, social and cultural support for African and African American students, faculty, staff and community members.

For more information about the WVU Center for Black Culture and Research, please go here For a full calendar of WVU Center for Black Culture and Research events go here.

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See their website for more information on this and other monthly and weekly activities, and to register for events, or follow them on Facebook.