Virtual Programming

The Office of Multicultural Programs (OMP) virtual programming is live and running! Join us for any of the events below, or contact us to collaborate! Sign up for the OMP newsletter for more information or join us on Instagram ( and Facebook!

Happy Chinese Lunar New Year!

On February 12th, 2021 we celebrate the year of the Ox!

Follow on Instagram or The Office of Multicultural Programs on Facebook for more ways to celebrate including shared Zoom backgrounds!

Chinese New Year Calendar and Dates

Celebrating Black History Month!

Check out these events for Black History Month! Email Imani Price for more information!

  • Feb 4 | 1 - 2:30 pm EST: BGSA Reimagining Public Safety
  • Feb 8 | 12 pm EST: Guided Meditation
    • Zoom Link: 998 7831 0073
  • Feb 10 | 4:30 pm EST: Soul Movie Night
    • Zoom Link: 924 7996 8823
  • Feb 11 | 5 pm EST: Guided Meditation
    • Zoom Link: 998 7831 0073
  • Feb 25 | 8-9:30 pm EST: LBGTQ+ Inclusivity within the Black Community
    • Zoom Link: 918 8466 0644

Black Heritage Month Events Flyer

Community Wide Instagram Scavenger Hunt

On Monday, January 25th at noon EST OMP kicked off their campus wide Instagram Scavenger Hunt! Follow to see if you won!

OMP Instagram Scavenger Hunt

MIT Black Community Conversations

These conversations are a direct call to action by and for black students at MIT. Register for 1 or all 4 of the workshops here.

  • Tuesday, January 26th at 6 pm EST -- Racial Mending with Dr. Ellis and Ashley Gaddy
  • Thursday, February 25th at 1 pm EST -- LBGTQ+ Inclusivity in the Black Community with Lauryn McNair and DJ Rock
  • Wednesday, March 31st, Misogyny and Misogynoir with Dr. Moya Bailey
  • Tuesday, April 27th at 6 pm EST, Moving Forward as a Community with Dr. Ellis and Ashley Gaddy

MIT Black Community Conversations Racial Mending

I am a LEADer Conference: February 1 - February 12

I am a LEADer Conference Flyer

Registration is now open! The “I’m a LEADer” (Learning Equity and Diversity) Conference is a collaborative effort between SPXCE – the Social Justice Programming and Cross Cultural Engagement Center (LBGTQ+ Services & The Office of Multicultural Programs) and SOLE (Student Organizations, Leadership & Engagement) teams. This conference will provide space for students to engage in conversations about diversity, equity, inclusion and social justice and give them the skills to learn more about themselves and others.  Students who participate in all/most of the workshops will become a “LEADer” and will receive a certificate of participation in DEI foundational skill building. Click here to register for the conference then head to the website to RSVP for indvidual workshops on Engage. Fore more information email