2021 Virtual International Week

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Monday, April 12th

Virtual Language Fest —-Visit JSU Global’s website or social media platforms to learn how to say a short phrase in another language.

International Attire Day—Wear your international attire. Snap a picture and post on social media using #JSUGlobal21 or email to shameka.reed@jsums.edu.

Tuesday, April 13th

Circle of Humanity Re-dedication

Virtual Language Fest —-Visit JSU Global’s website or social media platforms to learn how to say a short phrase in another language.

Wednesday, April 14th

Virtual Language Fest —-Visit JSU Global’s website or social media platforms to learn how to say a short phrase in another language.

Cafe Cultural: Life & Culture In Another Country— International students share short presentations about everything you thought you wanted to know about their countries.
Thursday, April 15th

Virtual Language Fest —-Visit JSU Global’s website or social media platforms to learn how to say a short phrase in another language.

Virtual International Dinner Party / 6:30 P.M.—Fellowship around food is a universal language! Despite the restrictions of a global pandemic, JSU Global has come up with a way to connect with our students, alumni and supporters. Cook (or order) your favorite dish and join JSU Global on Zoom at 6:30 p.m. CST Thursday, April 15th for our virtual dinner party. Fest on your favorites while enjoy food, fun and fellowship. Click here to RSVP.

Friday, April 16th
Virtual Language Fest —-Visit JSU Global’s website or social media platforms to learn how to say a short phrase in another language.

International Women of Courage Panel Discussion—The International Visitor Center of Jackson (IVCJ), which is housed in JSU Global, has been selected by the U.S. Secretary of State to host two of its International Women of Courage (IWOC) Awards honorees. Wang Yu, a prominent human rights lawyer until her arrest and imprisonment in China, and Ranitha Gnanarajah, a lawyer from Sri  Lanka who’s fighting for human rights.  For more information about the honorees, click here.  Join both Yu and Gnanarajah, along with  Beth Orlansky, Advocacy Director for the Mississippi Center for Justice and Gayla Carpenter-Sanders, Director for the Mississippi Volunteer Lawyers Project for an in-depth panel discussion about Mississippi Women’s Access to Justice, Friday April 16, 8:45 – 10:00 am ET (7:45 – 9:00 AM CT). Click here to RSVP

*All videos for the Virtual Language Fest, Cafe Cultural and Circle of Humanity will be uploaded to the JSU Global Website.