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.
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