Paul Robeson Cultural Center Programs
Cultural enrichment programs provide opportunities for students, faculty, staff, and the community to experience the practice, celebration, and demonstration of culture through a variety of performances, presentations, visual performing arts as well as social and entertainment events.
Social justice is the idea of creating a society based on the belief of equality and the understanding and value of human and civil rights. The Paul Robeson Cultural Center Learning Circle gives students a safe space to discuss issues of injustice around race in the United States. The Learning Circle initiative lets students explore their own ethnic background and understand how it connects to others, our unequal nation, and inequities; examine the Penn State community; and take action to address inequities.
The Identity Development series consists of speakers, open forums, and workshops to help students understand and develop a greater sense of the intersectionality of their identity and how this can help them to support issues of social justice.
Through our commitment to providing and supporting avenues for cultural education, the Paul Robeson Cultural Center invites student organizations and groups to submit a proposal for program co-sponsorship. For a co-sponsorship packet and instructions please stop by the center and ask at the front desk for a packet.