Upcoming Events

WSU Movies that Move Me! – November 29thJoin We Stand Undivided for our monthly movie showcasing a short film, and brief follow-up discussion! We’ll watch movies about people of different backgrounds, races, cultures, religions, nationalities, etc. These movies will educate us, inspire us and move us closer to seeing our common humanity.​

In commemoration of Native American Heritage Month, we’ll feature “Standing Bear’s Footsteps,” a story of an Indian chief who went to court to prove he was a person—and in the process redefined what it means to be an American. The 60-minute documentary weaves together interviews, recreations and present-day scenes to tell a story about human rights, one that resonates powerfully in the present.”​

Link to trailer: https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2v7c5u​
Link to film if you want to watch before Sunday: https://www.pbs.org/video/net-nebraska-documentaries-standing-bears-footsteps/​

Join Here on Nov. 29th: meet.google.com/zwv-xxsn-rin
***Please mute your devices when you join.***

6:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Online – Join here: meet.google.com/zwv-xxsn-rin
WSU ‘Stand in Solidarity’ – November 21stWe are standing strong together! Come join We Stand Undivided for our monthly “Stand in Solidarity” event at Marcus-David Peters Circle (formerly Lee statue) the third Saturday of each month.

We stand to show support for one another; we stand to affirm that each and every one of us deserves to be treated with human dignity and equity in all aspects of our lives regardless of what we look like, where we come from, how we worship, how we identify, our abilities, or who we love; and we stand to declare that despite all efforts to tear us apart — we will not be divided!

If you own a WSU t-shirt, PLEASE wear it.  We will have a few available to purchase. We will be standing, so please bring a chair or blanket if you feel you will want to sit. You will see us by our t-shirts and WSU signs! Please join us. Our beauty is in our diversity; our strength is in our unity.
Note: We strongly encourage physical distancing and wearing a mask. 😀

2:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Marcus-David Peters Circle (formerly Lee statue) – 1700 Monument Avenue, Richmond, VA

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