The event called "Whose University? A Day of Education", Wednesday, April 20th, was hosted by a group of University of Minnesota student who are dedicated to making the University more welcoming for students of diversity and to make the voices of those who do not usually get the attention that they deserve heard once again and to make it known that these students demand equality on campus. On April 20th, they had many different events going on that teach people from within as well as out of the University about things such as diversity and its importance, and about standing up for yourself, making your voice heard and demanding equality. The event that I was assigned to attend was about things like safe spaces and interacting with others. So, the first thing we did was play a simple game where everybody in the room walks around to find a spot the he/she feels most comfortable; whether it was by a door, by a computer or near an electrical outlet. I chose my "safe spot" to be on the couch because it made me feel at home. The main purpose of this activity was to demonstrate how people of diversity (ethnic, religious, sexual, etc.) feel when they first attend the University of Minnesota; that they need to find a place or person that they feel the most comfortable being around or at. Then, we moved on to doing many other activities which were meant to demonstrate how people at the University need to connect with each other and learn to work together and help each other out. After all the activities, the event hosted a rapper, whose name I cannot recall, to come to the University and rap about standing up making your voice heard, I found this to be very effective and entertaining. It was a very interesting overall event, with a very positive message.