#40Days of UMass: Day 28


UMass Amherst has a rich history of student expression and activism. There are many ways to get involved with campus and national activism on a wide variety of issues through advocacy groups on campus. MassPIRG offers non-partisan trainings in public speaking, community outreach, and advocacy.

Students planning demonstrations should review guidelines and policies and consult with Student Activities and Involvement staff and/or the Student Legal Services Office to ensure awareness of protected rights, UMass Amherst policies, and the availability of campus resources. 

Upcoming #CommunitySaturday Events

Bucket Drumming Workshop
Saturday, February 23, 2019 at 10 a.m.
Old Chapel Multi-Purpose Room
Do you want to learn how to use a bucket as a drum? Learn some cool bucket drumming beats and have fun with I-SHEA! Best for young ones but all ages welcome! Open to parents in the UMass Community. Please register

Eat, Learn, Fun: Books as Mirrors, Windows, and Doors
Monday, March 4, 2019 time TBD
Amherst and Hadley Rooms, Campus Center
Critical reading with young children, dinner, and work shop. Registration required.