Saint Paul College is an incredibly vibrant and diverse community. As such, we acknowledge the importance of recognizing and celebrating the vast diversity in cultures and identities that make up this community. We also acknowledge the importance of working together to address issues that members of our community face because of these cultures and identities. In conjunction with the Saint Paul College Inclusive Vision and Values Statement, diversity and social justice programs intend to “foster a culture and atmosphere of belonging, collaboration, and mutual respect” at Saint Paul College.
Interrupt microaggressions and instances of bias
Recognize that each Saint Paul College student makes up an important piece of this community
Articulate an intersectional understanding of their personal sense of identity
Our events vary from semester to semester, but generally include a variety of panel discussions, guest speakers, and other thought-provoking activities. See the
Student Events Calendar for a list of current program offerings.
Our Voices: Making a Man Out of You – Masculinity, Identity, and Relationships
Tuesday, October 20, 2020 | 11:00am – 12:00pm
A discussion redefining masculinity with a panel of healthy masculine role-models from the community. With unique backgrounds and experiences these men reflect on the messages they received about the role of men in relationships, the work they do to prevent domestic violence in their communities, and how they have developed skills to intervene when they see people engaging in unhealthy or abusive relationship behaviors. Moderator: Lamar Shingles. Panelists: Kyle “Guante” Tran Myhre, Malik Mitchell, Serrano Robinson, Earl Miller, and Wilson Yang.