The office of Diversity, Inclusion, Community, & Equity (DICE) is holding active Black Lives Matter programs the next two months.

Below is a list of the events.

Sept. 6 – Sept. 16: #SayTheirName Exhibit on Herak Lawn. 

In memoriam of the unarmed Black people who have died as a result of police brutality.  

Sept. 15: Black Lives Matter & The Catholic Church with Olga Segura

In this program hosted by the Unity Multicultural Education Center (UMEC), in collaboration with the Office of Mission and Ministry, students will converse with Olga Segura on the role of the Catholic Church in the fight against racism. 

Sept. 29: John Lewis: Get in the Way

A viewing and discussion of this documentary of John Lewis, a civil rights advocate and congressman. 

Oct. 5: Talk about it Monday: It’s Not About Good Cops vs. Bad Cops

A look into why the “good cop vs. bad cop” argument fails to address systemic problems with policing in America. 

Oct. 23: Calling in the Calling Out Culture with Loretta Ross

Author and human rights leader Loretta Ross discusses how we can create a calling in culture instead of a calling out culture. This is a joint program between the Lincoln LGBTQ+ Resource Center and UMEC. 

For more information on how to register for each program and for the full DICE calendar, visit  Each event is also listed on Zagtivities.

Melina Benjamin is a news editor. Follow her on Twitter: @melina benj. 

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