The ICC serves as an umbrella organization for 16 student organizations. > more
We provide a venue where students can learn and demonstrate social responsibility and diverse leadership; the organizations provide events that focus on issues of culture, ethnicity and social justice. > more
The Brandeis University Intercultural Center is dedicated to creating a haven of respect, education and celebration that fosters growth and awareness of the myriad cultures of Brandeis. > more
Please take a look at our calendar and join us at any of our events.
Intercultural Center sponsored events:
"In Praise of Latin Night at the Queer Club"Tuesday, September 27th
co-sponsors: TRISK and AHORA
On June 12, 2016, 49 people were killed at the PULSE nightclub in one of the deadliest mass shootings in U.S. history. Categorized as a hate crime, the PULSE nightclub served as a safe place for many. Join us for a discussion on intersectionality and safe spaces as we continue to heal together as a community. Cosponsored by: TRISK and AHORA
Facilitated by Julio R. Oyola, Assistant Director of LGBTQ Services at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, MA and currently serves on the committees for Boston Black Pride and Boston Latinx Pride.
Click here to read the article that inspired the title of this discussion.
"How are we talking about immigration in the 2016 presidential election?"
with Brian Fried (POL) and Madeleine Lopez (ICC and HIST)
Wed Oct 5
12pm - 12:50pm
Shapiro Campus Center 313
Bring your lunch; light refreshments provided
Not who's right and who's wrong about immigration. Not who will win the November election.
Let's talk about how to engage in civil discourse around often polarizing issues, with immigration being a topic of vital importance today.
Sponsored by the International Center for Ethics, Justice and Public Life; Office of Community Service; Intercultural Center; Latin American and Latino Studies Department; Politics Department
Part of a statewide Presidential Election Teach-In sponsored by Massachusetts Campus Compact.
Indigenous Peoples Day-Teach In
A day of learning for the entire brandeis community focusing on Native culture, history and their struggle for social justice.
CELEBRATE THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE ICC
To receive more information about the 25th Anniversary, please subscribe to the Intercultural Center alumni listserv.