Multicultural Programs

Selma is a historical drama based on the 1965 Selma to Montgomery voting rights marches.

Award-winning Commentator Leonard Pitts to Give Lecture on Race, Poverty

Award-winning commentator, journalist and novelist Leonard Pitts will visit Nebraska Wesleyan University on Monday, April 13 to discuss race and poverty.

Nominations Needed for Leadership Awards Reception

The Action Council on Diversity and Inclusion invites you to submit nominations of qualified students, faculty, and staff for the 2015 Leadership Awards reception.

Due to winter weather, this lecture has been postponed. A new date will be announced soon.

"Sober Indian,Dangerous Indian" is both a story of brave men and women on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation who have found empowerment through sobriety and those still struggling to overcome their alcohol addiction. 

Students Immerse in New York City Clean-up Efforts, Cultural Experiences

It wasn’t your typical spring break trip. No flip-flops, sunglasses, and sunscreen were packed in these students’ bags. Instead, they opted for facemasks, safety glasses, and heavy-duty gloves to protect them from the mold, mildew, and debris left behind from Superstorm Sandy.


Activist Addresses Tip-Toeing Around Diversity; Watch Lecture

A writer, filmmaker, and activist known as an “uncompromising fighter for racial equity and social justice” delivered a message on diversity and misunderstandings at a recent Nebraska Wesleyan University lecture.


No Ordinary Summer Camp: Omaha area students indulge in "brainy" experience

Summer camp is a rite of passage for many kids.