OMA Speaks

OMA Speaks: Monthly Community Dialogue

OMA Speaks is our community dialogue series. The purpose of OMA Speaks is to create opportunities for students, staff, and faculty to engage in meaningful dialogue about current topics related to identity, diversity, and inclusion.

Most up to date information on upcoming OMA Speaks can be found on ConnectSU or on Instagram (@su_oma).

2022-2023 Topics

Fall Quarter

October - Black Panthers & Food Justice

November - Unpacking the History of Thanksgiving

Winter Quarter

January - "I Have A Dream": A Debrief of our MLK Celebration

February - Centering Survivors with Marginalized Identities

Spring Quarter

April 27 - Dialogue with Dr. Rei Shimizu

May 18 - Healthy Interracial Relationships