Here’s how you can get involved with NYU’s Ally Week
#NYUAllyWeek is back
It’s that time of year again – NYU’s Ally Week, an annual week of events and discussions on campus that aim to promote ‘allyship’ around campus.
As outlined on their website, NYU’s Ally Week “creates opportunities for students, faculty, and administrators to deepen their understanding of the experiences of others, and raise awareness of the individual and collective injustices that confront many in our society.” This week seeks to educate students about how to become an ally and the responsibilities it takes to be one. As minority groups continue to marginalized and targeted across the world, understanding what it means to be an ally is as important as ever. Here are the on-campus events to look out for this week.
Community Photo: 12-1pm – Kimmel Grand Stairs:
Be part of the annual Ally week university-wide community photo! Here’s last year’s photo, featuring our very own President Andrew Hamilton:
It’s Your Space, Help Us Decide! What Makes You Fearless & the CMEP Mural Project: 5:30pm – CMEP Lounge
Justice Zone (Formerly known as Diversity Zone): 12-3pm – Kimmel 804/805
‘I Am Not Your Negro’ Screening: 6-8pm (Doors open at 5:45pm) – Cantor Film Center
Exodus: NYU’s Annual Queer Seder: 8:15pm (Doors open at 7:45pm) – Kimmel 914
Day of Action: Sustaining the Resistance: 10am-4pm – Kimmel 804/805
Dream Zone: 2-5pm – Kimmel 802
Activism Through Time and Space: An Intergenerational Dialogue: 6-8pm (Doors open at 5:30) – Kimmel Eisner and Lubin Auditorium
Disability Zone: 9:15am – 12:15pm – Kimmel 804/805
Action Zone: 2-4pm – 726 Broadway, Main Conference Room 348/349
Safe Zone: 2-4pm – Kimmel 602
Keep up to date with the schedule and other events happening around campus by following NYU Student Diversity on Facebook.