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2/20- Standing | Still Standing (Film Screening)

Poster for film with a list of awards the film has received.

Date & Time: Thursday, February 20 from 5:30pm (screening and discussion)

Location: 955 Main St., Room 2120, M&T Auditorium, Jacobs School of Medicine & Biomedical Sciences

A film by Andrew Walton, “Standing | Still Standing” documents three people with disabilities and medical conditions as they learn yoga from paraplegic yoga instructor Matthew Sanford. This will be followed by a guided discussion lead by Dr. Susan Mann Dolce.

For more information, contact the Office of Inclusion and Cultural Enhancement at smbs-inclusion@buffalo.edu

Sponsored by the Office of Inclusive Excellence in partnership with the Office of Inclusion and Cultural Enhancement

2/25 & 2/26 - Dianne Bondy Visit

Image of Dianne Bondy in a standing yoga pose with the text "Body, mind and spirit. Come as you are. You are enough.

Date & Time of First Event : Tuesday, February 25 from 6:00-7:30pm

Location: Student Union 145

Wellness Activity by Dianne Bondy: "Yoga Class for Every Body."  No yoga experience necessary.  Please bring yoga mat, water, and any other props needed.  A limited number will be provided.


Date & Time of Second Event : Wednesday, February 26 at 7:00pm (doors open at 6:30pm)

Location: Student Union Theater

Dianne Bondy speaking engagement: "Finding Peace in My Body: Body Image, Eating Disorder Recovery and Empowerment within White Supremacy Culture."

For more information, contact Carissa Uschold-Klepfer at cuschold@buffalo.edu

Sponsored by the Office of Inclusive Excellence in partnership with Student Wellness

3/12- Nancy Mirabal Lecture

Image of Dr. Nancy Mirabal smiling with windows and a hallway behind her.

Date & Time: Thursday March 12, 12:00-2:00pm

Location: The Martin Room 567 Capen North Campus

Registration: Please RSVP by March 4, 2020 using this link

Dr. Nancy Mirabal is the Associate Professor and Director of U.S. Latina/o Studies Program at the University of Maryland, and will be presenting a talk entitled: “Reading Minerva: Freedom, Futures, and the Politics of Afro-Cuban Women Activism and Writing,1888-1910.”

Sponsored by the Office of Inclusive Excellence in partnership with the Gender Institute