OMAzing: Manchester University Office of Multicultural Affairs Spring 2018 | Page 6

r r ra s ower Hours are some of OMA’s staple programs. ach semester, the MA s individually lead an hour-long discussion over various hot or controversial topics. e explore everything from whether some topics are too sensitive for comedy to whether minorities can be racist and were joined by some fantastic professors. Make sure to stop by and take part of our next conversation! All opinions are welcome, make your voice heard! r I This semester was an exciting time for diversity- related IAs. e had speakers such as activist and scholar, Dr. avid agland, The ev. r. Otis Moss III, pastor of Chicago s Trinity United Church of Christ, and even a gospel performance from Chris Ford & Power of Praise. Also, My xperience at Manchester provided an opportunity for underrepresented students at Manchester to share their uni ue experiences from during their time at Manchester. 6