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The Latest from Multicultural Student Affairs
Join us in Celebrating Black History Month
This year Multicultural Student Affairs and the African American Cultural Center recognize the labor of Black, African, and African American people towards the liberation of all. We adopt the teachings of Black feminist, lesbian, scholar, poet Audre Lorde who believed in the naming and claiming of rest as a revolutionary action and that such a revolution would be our collective undoing and our liberation.
Statement from MSA About the Events of 2020
To say we are outraged, sad, and frustrated by the ongoing oppression of Black people in the US and world, is a severe understatement. Racism is insidious, and an unfortunate reality of our society. Over the past few weeks, Armaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Nina Pop, George Floyd, Tony McDade, and countless other Black folx whose names we do not know, have all lost their lives because of the racism and anti-Blackness in this country. To prevent the continued loss of more Black people, we must take active steps to combat racism, white supremacy, and anti-Blackness on our campus and in our daily lives.
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Apr 14, 2021
Providing Support in Response to the Recent Events in Minneapolis
Vice Provost Sheri Schwab issues a statement regarding the death of Daunte Wright and the Derek Chauvin trial.
Apr 14, 2021
It Takes a Pueblo: Latinx Leader Iliana Santillán
Personal experience, a master’s degree from CALS and directing Juntos inform an alumna’s leadership of a Raleigh nonprofit advocating for Latin American families and students.
Mar 30, 2021
Honoring those Lost with Allyship, Attention and Action
Vice Provost Sheri Schwab issues a message to the community.
Mar 26, 2021
Addressing Anti-Asian Violence
Over the past year, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders have reported nearly 3,800 hate incidents, according to the organization Stop AAPI Hate.