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Race & Reconciliation Virtual Town Hall Meeting

Thursday Oct 22 | 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Featuring the TCU Speech and Debate Team, October’s town hall will model dialogue and debate on a central question for the Race & Reconciliation Initiative: How should TCU tell the history of the Clark brothers?

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2800 S. University Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About Race and Reconciliation Initiative

Race & Reconciliation Virtual Town Hall Meeting
Starting with the fall 2020 semester, the Race and Reconciliation Initiative (RRI) will commit its first year to research focusing primarily on Black Americans and TCU’s experiences with racism, slavery and the Confederacy. Other identities will be addressed in year two. This academic endeavor will draw upon a number of our existing programs to raise awareness of racism and inequality, helping us work toward a campus culture where everyone is respected and valued. RRI also will immediately open channels of communication with the broader TCU community through the placement of signage next to the statue of Addison and Randolph Clark, TCU’s founders, both to signal the start of the initiative and to encourage continued community engagement. In recognizing that this is merely the first step of many, a final report and recommendations from the first year of inquiry will include modeling how to explore other identities in the university’s shared history.
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“David’s Ark” Documentary Screening and Q&A

Thursday Sep 10 | 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

Thursday, September 10

12:30-1:30pm

Documentary screening and Q&A with David Studebaker, comedian and host of “David’s Ark”

Online via Zoom: Meeting ID 986 2204 1922, password: studebaker

— How can a stand-up comedian help save animals? David Studebaker, named “One of the 10 Best Comics to Watch,” set out to find the answer. As the creator and host of the YouTube documentary series David’s Ark, he shares some of the challenges animals face and highlights the people and organizations that are fighting to protect them.

— In this event David will give some background on the series and the animal advocates he works with. Then attendees will get the chance to ask him questions about animals, animal carers, comedy, and anything else on their minds.

— PLEASE WATCH THIS EPISODE IN ADVANCE IF YOU CAN:

David’s Ark Episode 9, Marine Mammal Center: https://youtu.be/ai8ZyDm54fc

— David Studebaker is the creator/host of the award-winning YouTube documentary series David’s Ark, for which he travels the country highlighting people and organizations who work to protect animals and the environment. He has been featured on Fox and ABC, and was the host of “Pivot on the Street” for Pivot TV’s national network. He has headlined comedy fundraiser shows for a variety of charities, and is the emcee for the Last Chance for Animals’s annual celebrity awards gala at the Beverly Hilton. In 2019 he and his wife gave birth to their first child (she did most of the work).

— cosponsored by TCU Human-Animal Relationships minor (http://hare.tcu.edu), FrogPACK student animal welfare organization, CJ Society, and TCU Rhino Club

— for more information, please contact Dr. Dave Aftandilian at hare@tcu.edu

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2800 S. University Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About TCU Rhino Initiative

“David’s Ark” Documentary Screening and Q&A
The TCU Rhino Initiative is focused on helping to save the rhino and ensure its long-term survival. In South Africa, rhino are being brutally poached at a rate of more than three per day. Our community stands ready to help on several fronts, from organizing reduction demand campaigns and raising public awareness, to supporting protection and rescue initiatives on the ground, where poached rhinos can be rehabilitated and eventually function again in wild habitats.

Questions about this event?

Alexia Fornah

Email: a.m.fornah@tcu.edu

Phone: 8178635564

Virtual Sip & Tea (logo on cup)

Sip & Tea

Wednesday Apr 15 - May 6 | 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Join the Gender Resource Office in stimulating conversations surrounding gender and sexuality

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2800 S. University Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About Student Affairs

Sip & Tea
Student Affairs creates out-of-classroom experiences that allow TCU students to build their leadership skills, maintain their health and well-being and learn to become contributing members of the community both at TCU and in the world.

Questions about this event?

Gender Resource Office

Email: gro@tcu.edu

Phone: 2142540741

TCU@Home Involvement Consultations

Involvement (and Connection) Consultations

Thursday Apr 9 - Apr 29 | 11:30 am - 2:00 pm

Meet one-on-one with an Involvement Intern to learn how to find opportunities for meaningful involvement and connection on campus and during TCU@Home. Create goals and action plans with insight from student experts. Sign up for a time below and you’ll receive a Zoom link in your TCU email soon after.

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2800 S. University Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About Student Development Services

Involvement (and Connection) Consultations
Maximizing student potential.
20-21 Ambassador Recruitment (3)

OMR Ambassador Applications & Virtual Interviews

Tuesday Mar 17 - Apr 30 | 11:30 am - 11:30 am

Application & Interview

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2800 S. University Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About Student Development Services

OMR Ambassador Applications & Virtual Interviews
Maximizing student potential.
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Soul Food Speaker Series – Damario Solomon-Simmons, Esq., M.Ed.

Monday Feb 24 | 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm

“Law is his Ministry and Justice is his Passion!” best sums up Damario Solomon-Simmons.

Growing up in a single-mom household, struggled for years to “find himself” as a Black man in America and graduated at the bottom of his high school class and was a college dropout before becoming a University of Oklahoma football letterman, graduating with honors with his Bachelor’s Degree in African & African-American Studies, Masters in Adult & Higher Education, and becoming OU College of Law’s 1st African-American recipient of the Joel Jankowsky Award for most outstanding law graduate.

He has been a practicing attorney for almost 16 years and currently is the Managing Partner of SolomonSimmonsLaw an Oklahoma-based law firm where he specializes in Civil and Human Rights, Wrongful Death, Employment Discrimination, Public Policy, and Sports Law.
He has a nationwide practice and has represented dozens of high profile clients and causes including advocating for reparations for the survivors of the 1921 Greenwood Massacre, citizenship rights of Black Descendants of Muskogee Creek Nation Freedmen, and managing the business and legal affairs for several NFL and Olympic athletes. Currently Damario serves as lead counsel for the family of unarmed Terence Crutcher and for the 7 Rape Victims of convicted Oklahoma City Police Officer Daniel Holtzclaw.

In addition to being a 2014 National Booker T. Washington High School Hall of Fame Inductee, in 2015 the Oklahoma Bar Association named Damario its recipient of their Ada Lois Sipuel-Fisher Diversity Award, in 2016 the National Bar Association named Damario one of the top “40 under 40” lawyers nationally, and this year Tulsa People Magazine named Damario Tulsan of the Year.
Outside of law, Damario is the co-founder and Executive Director of the MVP Foundation whose mission is to inform, inspire, and empower 8th grade boys from single-mom households. Damario is on the Board of Visitors of OU’s African-American Studies Program. Damario is also a highly sought after speaker and a frequent media guest that has been featured on such media outlets as CNN, The View, 60 Minutes, MSNBC, ESPN, The New York Times, The Root, and Roland Martin Show.

Damario is passionately in love with his high school sweetheart, wife, and business partner Mia and they live here in Tulsa where he is a member of Metropolitan Baptist Church and the Xi Omega Graduate Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.

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BLUU Ballroom

BLUU Ballroom
2901 Stadium Dr
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About Student Affairs

Soul Food Speaker Series – Damario Solomon-Simmons, Esq., M.Ed.
Student Affairs creates out-of-classroom experiences that allow TCU students to build their leadership skills, maintain their health and well-being and learn to become contributing members of the community both at TCU and in the world.

Questions about this event?

Gaius George

Email: g.george@tcu.edu

Phone: 8172577281

MLK Jr. Luncheon

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Luncheon: Celebrating his legacy

Wednesday Jan 15 | 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Join the Office of Diversity and Inclusion as we celebrate the history and significance of Dr. Kings legacy. You must register to attend.

BLUU Ballroom

BLUU Ballroom
2901 Stadium Dr
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About Office of Diversity and Inclusion

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Luncheon: Celebrating his legacy
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion engages in a multitude of diversity and inclusion initiatives and opportunities that foster a campus community that is welcoming for all.

Questions about this event?

Aisha Torrey-Sawyer

Email: a.sawyer@tcu.edu

Phone: 817-257-4803

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Know your Neighbor Night

Tuesday Dec 10 | 6:00 pm - 7:15 pm

Who are your neighbors on campus? Do you know them? Let’s chat over tacos!

Jarvis Hall

Jarvis Hall
2820 South University
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About TCU Better Together

Questions about this event?

Britt Luby

Email: b.luby@tcu.edu

Phone: 8172577830

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A Victim-Centered Approach to Human Trafficking Investigations

Tuesday Nov 19 | 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

the International Justice Mission and local anti-trafficking nonprofit, Unbound, are hosting Detective Scaramucci on campus (RJ 111) for a law enforcement seminar on human trafficking investigations in DFW

Rees Jones Hall

Rees Jones Hall
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About TCU International Justice Mission

A Victim-Centered Approach to Human Trafficking Investigations
This organization exists to bring awareness of the current state of modern day slavery (including, but not limited to sex trafficking and forced labor) to TCU students as well as the surrounding community and to motivate people to actively participate in bringing liberty to those in captivity locally, nationally, and abroad, whether through means of social justice events, fundraising, or supporting other organizations who share a similar mission, in contribution to ending modern day slavery.
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No More Che Day

Tuesday Oct 8 - Oct 9 | 9:30 pm - 8:00 am

Che Guevara was an international terrorist and mass murderer. During his vicious campaigns to impose Communism on countries throughout Latin America, Che Guevara trained and motivated the Castro regime’s firing squads that executed thousands of men, women, and children.

For decades, the Left tried to glorify murderers and thugs like Lenin, Mao, and even Stalin. They are discredited today because people know about their evil deeds. Che is more obscure. He is one notorious figure who is idolized by the Left and hailed as a “hero,” yet most students never learn the truth about his cult of violence.
We will use the anniversary of Che’s death on October 9th to educate the campus community about Che’s atrocities.

Campus Commons

Campus Commons
2901 Stadium Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About Young Americans for Freedom

No More Che Day
Young Americans for Freedom is a non-profit, non-partisan activism group promoting conservative ideas on campus. YAF has great history within the Conservative Movement and has exciting events to host on campus such as: campus initiatives, awareness events, and hosting well-known speakers.