The Pell Center for International Relations and Public Policy is sponsoring an event on Wednesday, Feb. 25 during Salve Regina University’s third annual Multicultural Education Week.
Featuring comedians of all persuasions, race, color, religion and scent, You’ve Crossed The Line is a competition show, that brings comedians and education to the forefront of civil rights and human rights efforts to address freedom of speech, equality and diversity. It is the brainchild of entertainer, producer, director and professor, Teja Arboleda, who’s Telly-Award winning PBS documentary, Crossing The Line: Multiracial Comedians, produced a tremendous amount of stir in nationwide print, television, radio and new media.
You’ve Crossed The Line is free and open to the public. To read a full description of the event and learn more about You’ve Crossed The Line, please visit Entertaining Diversity Inc.’s website.
Multicultural Education Week begins on Monday, Feb. 23 through Friday, Feb. 27. Students, staff, faculty and community members are encouraged to attend and participate the activities planned for the week. Stay updated on the list of events on SalveToday’s website.
In addition to the Pell Center, Multicultural Education Week is also sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Programs, Student Activities, Office of the Vice President of Student Affairs, Dean of Students Office, Athletics, Campus Life, Multicultural Student Organization, Student Empowerment, Student Government Association, Campus Activities Board and University Relations and Advancement.