Black History Month: Rest is Our Liberation
This Black History Month the African American Cultural Center and Multicultural Student Affairs want you to find rest. We know it won’t be easy. But we also believe rest is grace for the journey. It requires honesty and compassion and sometimes simple things like turning off your camera on the Zoom, prayer and/or affirmation when you feel something rising up, or maybe just taking exactly what you want or need in ways that do not oppress others.
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Join Us for the Virtual Sisterhood Celebration
Join us on Monday, Feb. 22, 2012 from 4–5 p.m. on YouTube Premiere to view this year's Sisterhood Celebration.
Viral* as in: Fearless, Unapologetic, Transformative, Unwavering
Join the Women’s Center and the African American Cultural Center for the opening of the Viral* Blackness Exhibit and Zine opening.
Chancellor’s Leadership Team is the Most Diverse to Date
Of the fourteen people in the Chancellor’s Cabinet, five are women and four are people of color. As of this academic year, the Cabinet is the most diverse it has...
Women’s Herstory Month: The Revolution Within Us
In March the Women’s Center will explore our past, present and future as we begin to think about ourselves as sites for revolution during Women's Herstory Month.
OIED Welcomes New Assistant Vice Provost for Faculty Engagement
Melvin “Jai” Jackson joins the Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity as its new assistant vice provost for faculty engagement.
It’s More than Just Stigma: Systemic Barriers to Eating Disorder Treatment
It is estimated that the prevalence of eating disorders, especially among those with marginalized identities, is widely underreported.
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