Ramadan

Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, observed by Muslims worldwide as a month of fasting, prayer, reflection, and community.

Empowering Women through Information

Office of Kings County District Attorney Eric Gonzalez in collaboration with the Medgar Evers College Women’s History Month Committee Presents: How to

Spill the Tea

B1008 1650 Bedford Avenue (Bedford Building), Brooklyn, NY, United States

The Office of Student Life and Development In Collaboration with the Office of Health Services, the Office of Counseling & Psychological Services,

St. Patrick’s Day

Feast day of the patron saint of Ireland. In the U.S., a secular version is celebrated by people of all faiths through

Clean Monday

The beginning of Great Lent for Eastern Christian churches, which starts 40 days before Orthodox Easter (Pascha), counting Sundays. Religious / Ethnic

Feast of Naw-ruz

Occurring on the vernal equinox, this day celebrates the Persian and the Baha’i New Year. Religious / Ethnic Group - Baha’i Tradition

Nowruz

Nowruz is a celebration that marks the end of an old year and the beginning of a new one and is celebrated

Purim

Purim is a Jewish holiday that commemorates the saving of the Jewish people from annihilation at the hands of an official of

Palm Sunday

Palm Sunday falls on the Sunday before Easter. Religious / Ethnic Group - Christian Tradition and Practices - Palm Sunday is the

Holi

Holi is a popular and significant Hindu festival celebrated as the Festival of Colours, Love, and Spring. Religious / Ethnic Group -