FUSA Celebration of Unity Series


Mission Statement: The Celebration of Unity Series aims to look at Fairfield University’s past, present, and our future as students come together to promote social justice and DEI initiatives, not just on Fairfield’s campus, but also within the greater community. 

Please walk with us through these great events that will be occurring throughout April. Keep an eye on your email for specific information pertaining to each event - SAVE THE DATE!

Unity in Activism: Reverend Nontombi Naomi Tutu

Student Panel with Rev. Nontombi Naomi Tutu

Monday, April 3rd, 3-4 PM

BCC Dogwood Room

·         Snacks & Refreshments 

·         Books from women writers raffle

Open VISIONS Forum: "Striving for Justice: Searching for Common Ground"

Monday, April 3rd, 7:30 PM

Quick Center 

·         Free Student Tickets

·         Click here for more info on tickets & Rev. Nontombi Naomi Tutu!

Unity in Representation: Local Black Owned Pop-Up 

Tuesday, April 11th, 12-3:30 PM


·         Come support our local Black restaurants and businesses!

·         Record Player & Vinyl giveaway to celebrate 50 Years of Hip Hop

Unity in Action: Black Stags Matter Walk

Wednesday, April 19th, 1:30-3:30 PM

·         2nd Annual Walk in support of our campus community of color

·         Black Out: Please wear all black, even if unable to attend the walk

·         Map to be included in future email

·         Debrief to follow in the Kelley Center Presentation Room

Unity in Education: Fairfield Bellarmine

Saturday, April 22nd, 11-12:30 PM


·         Fairfield United Clubs and Fairfield Departments join to welcome accepted Bellarmine College students!

·         Learn more about the Bellarmine initiative here!

Unity in Student Advocacy: Black Stags Still Matter 

Tuesday, April 25th, 5-7 PM

DSB Event Hall

·         Please join us for an evening in recognizing student led advocacy at Fairfield throughout the years 

·         Guest speakers and student performers

·         Dinner provided!

For more information, contact FUSA / 203-254-4000 / fusa@fairfield.edu