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Rollins School of Public Health
1518 Clifton Road. Atlanta, Georgia 30322. USA, Atlanta, Georgia 30322
As of today, 43 countries are represented here at Rollins. Come join us for a celebration of the diversity and cultures within Rollins and raising awareness for them this Week from Monday, March 20th — Friday, March 24th. We have a full week of activities listed below!
Monday, March 20th: Global Tabling
Where: Sky Bridge 10am-2pm
Come out and explore the various countries in display. There will be activities for each table that represents each respective country. Join us as there will be games, art, food, photo displays and more! Interested in tabling and representing your country, fill out the google doc below by March 13th we would love to have you!
Tabling sign-up: docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1fvktbekGFsoP93WUbX_Tb1obl7-_By-_L-TYDCO-KEE/edit?usp=sharing
Tuesday, March 21st: Movie Night with RASAH
Where: CNR Auditorium 6pm-8pm
Come join us for a movie showing of “Every Last Child”. Every Last Child is the dramatic story of five people impacted by the current polio crisis in Pakistan. Taking place on the front line of the fight against the disease, it is a story of sacrifice, fearless determination and sorrow in the face of mistrust, cynicism and violence. Today families and healthcare workers find themselves in the cross hairs of politics and bloodshed as they attempt to protect their children from polio. We will also have a little discussion on the movie. Food will be provided! facebook.com/events/1832269563710489/
Wednesday, March 22nd: Rollins Night Out International Dining
We will compile a list that will be posted during the week of RSPH students’ favorite international dining spots. Go out and enjoy some unique cuisine that you may have never had before! The list will be posted on the week so stay tuned!!!
Thursday, March 23rd: HOLA Panel Event: Undocumented and Underserved
A Rollins Advocacy Series Special Event
Where: CNR Auditorium 6-8pm
Given the national spotlight on immigration, there will be a panel to broadly discuss health and education services for undocumented youth in Georgia. Confirmed speakers include: Luis Velasquez (perspective of one directly affected), Dr. Emiko Soltis (educator’s perspective), and Polly J.Price (Lawyer’s Perspective).
Friday, March 24th: International Coffee House
Where: CNR Auditorium 5-7pm
Come join us for a night of performances, fashion and stories! Come see some of your favorite cultural dances, songs and clothing. Also check out some stories others have about their country. Food will be provided! Would you be interested in wanting to perform, show off fashion, and/or tell a story fill out the Google Doc below by March 17th.
International Story Slam: goo.gl/forms/u3laqEcZOOLsODJ33