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Cultural Center Guidelines

UC Merced Cultural Center Guidelines


Standing commitment to social justice education & training, coalition building, collective healing and scholar advocacy

Objective of Space

We want this to be a space in which historically and continually marginalized students of color, which include their intersectional identities as womxn, income-insecure, LGBTQ+, non-binary, gender non-conforming, differently abled-bodied, international, immigrant, non-traditional students, etc. can feel safe expressing themselves, their lived experiences, knowledges, without being the target the oppression.

We commit to remaining conscious of our own positionality in this space.



Section A: Guidelines for Community Agreements

Section B: Guidelines for Nonviolence

Section C: Guidelines for Trigger Warnings

Section D: Guidelines to Avoid Re-victimizing

Section E: Guidelines for Supporting Queer and Trans Students

Section F: Guidelines for Supporting Differently Abled-Bodied Students

Section G: Guidelines for Allies


For more information feel free to contact Angi Baxter at