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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 the kick-off 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 17, 2021
Oxford Uptown Parks
High St. & Main St., Oxford, OH 45056

Free and open to the public

The event will be canceled in case of severe weather conditions.

For detailed information about the program and other updates visit:

2021 UniDiversity Festival

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

For volunteer opportunities contact:

Dan Sinetar (, International Student Coordinator, International Student and Scholar Services.

Are you interested in sharing information about your organization? Contact Dasha Wood (, associate 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.