Sept. 25 – ‘me too.’ Movement: An Evening with Tarana Burke – 6 – 7:30 p.m., Wait Chapel
Tarana Burke shares the story behind the genesis of the viral 2017 TIME Person Of The Year-winning ‘me too.’ movement, and gives strength and healing to those who have experienced sexual trauma or harassment.
The simple yet courageous #metoo hashtag campaign has emerged as a rallying cry for people everywhere who have survived sexual assault and sexual harassment — and Tarana’s powerful, poignant story as creator of what is now an international movement that supports survivors will move, uplift, and inspire you.
This event is free and open to the public, but a ticket is required. Doors open at 5:15. For ticketing, please visit: metoo-wfu.eventbrite.com
Support Wake Forest alumnus, Parker Bradway (’11), when his band, MamaDear, performs at the Dixie Classic Fair.
Friendship Family Program:
Partner with the Center for Global Programs and Studies to support our WFU international students. The primary goal of the Friendship Family Program is to help facilitate the development of lasting and rewarding relationships by matching international freshman and sophomore students with local Winston-Salem families based on mutual interests and hobbies. At its core, the mission of this program is to broaden both parties’ global horizons and to enhance their intercultural knowledge. Learn more here.
Rock Your Ride with the Deacon at BB&T Field – Sept. 26, 5:30 – 9 p.m.
Cyclebar rides at 6 p.m. and at 7 p.m. (30 seats each and $30 per bike)
Enjoy riding, food, and giveaways at the Deacon statue. Learn more here.
Athletics (Please visit wakeforestsports.com for weather updates):
Museum of Anthropology
Scales Fine Arts Center:
Please visit events.wfu.edu for additional events “This Month at Wake Forest!”