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Unity Week was the brain-child of the Multicultural Advisory Committee. 

“The main reason for this week was to remind the campus about the need for unity,” sophomore committee member Danielle Craig said.

The first event took place on Nov. 2. It was a game called “Archie Bunker’s Neighborhood.” The concept was taken from the show “All in the Family” and the main character, Archie Bunker, an infamous racist bigot. 

People at the event were broken into several groups and the room represented a neighborhood. When the groups moved around the neighborhood, they were treated according to the stereotype they fit and many students felt slighted at times.

It was an effective way to start the week that would address disunity and create harmony.
During lunch on Nov. 3, Mix-It-Up Day allowed people of different social circles to sit together. 

A discussion, “Real Talk: Women in the body of Christ,” took place on later that evening. The theme was reiterated in prayer committee member Angeley Crawford’s prayer: “Bind us together, Father.” 

The panel talked about the importance of a woman understanding her role in the body of Christ.

The Reconciliation service on Nov. 4 was truly blessed.  After an arousing preliminary service featuring Precious Movements, Resident Director Theresa Noye spoke on “Unification through the Love of Christ.” 

The Jammin’ Java was on fire on Nov. 5 with the Unity Jam.  It featured many faces from around campus including “Lady Rose” Brown, Crawford and junior Stephanie Ciner among others.

The last events of the week were the Privilege Walk and the Unity Dinner. 

The former was a game intended to show that we can never judge someone based on who they seem to be.  Everyone was told to stand in a straight line.  Then, according to each question, each individual person would take a step forward or backward. 

“Every time I play this game, I’m always at the front,” The game leader, junior Jen Kane, said. “It made me aware of who I was, and taught me how not to be judgmental of others whom I don’t know.”

Unity Week ended with a great dinner made by Jackie Irving,  director of the Multicultural Advisory Board.

Unity Week truly accomplished what it set out to do.  It made others aware of the need for unity and everyone that was touched by the events of the week was set on a path to make a change towards unity.

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