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The UniDiversity Festival is a collaborative initiative to promote diversity and inclusion in our community, and it is also a chance to learn more about the valuable contributions of the Latin American, Latino, and Caribbean peoples and cultures. Every year the UniDiversity festival is part of a month full of activities encompassed within the National Hispanic Latino American Heritage Month at Miami University, and Oxford Ohio. This community event is a portal for intercultural connections and civic engagement.


Friday, September 30, 2022
Oxford Uptown Parks
High St. & Main St., Oxford, OH 45056

Free and open to the public

Alternative venue in case of severe weather conditions: TBA

For detailed information about the program and other updates visit:

2022 UniDiversity Festival

For co-curricular connections, partnership opportunities, and more information about this program contact: Jacqueline Rioja Velarde (, associate director, Global Initiatives' CAWC, and chair, UniDiversity program planning committee.

For volunteer opportunities contact:

Dan Sinetar (, assistant director, International Student, and Scholar Services.

Are you interested in sharing information about your organization? Contact Dasha Wood (, director, Center for Student Diversity & Inclusion, and coordinator of the UniDiversity Information Fair.

The UniDiversity Festival is sponsored by Global Initiatives’ Center for American and World Cultures; Miami’s Barahona Latino Resource Fund; Miami Performing Arts Series; Miami Alumni Association; NAACP Oxford Chapter; Oxford Visitors Bureau; Oxford Lane Libraries; Silly Safaris, Live Animal Shows; and in collaboration with Miami University Association of Latin American Students UNIDOS; Association of Latinx Faculty and Staff; Global Initiatives’ Center for International Students; Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion; Department of Spanish and Portuguese; Latin American, Latino/a and Caribbean Studies; Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority Inc.; and in partnership with the City of Oxford; Miami University President’s Office for Diversity and Inclusion; and the Ohio Commission on Hispanic Latino Affairs.