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Identity & Intersectionality Education
The purpose of Identity and Intersectionality Education is to provide a unique setting for the encouragement of broad social, cultural, recreational, and educational programming for the University and its surroundings. These cultural-based programs serve as a medium for the interaction and the exploration of vital issues concerning the campus community and society as a whole. Each program will aim to do the following:
Provide an understanding of the multiple perspectives of others while valuing one’s own heritages, experiences, and values.
Encourage an appreciation for the interactive relationship of race, sexual orientation, class, and gender in society.
Articulate views and experiences around race, sexual orientation, class, and gender by integrating personal experiences and academic perspectives.
Appreciate the role that arts and cultural events can play in developing an enlightened and culturally empowered perspective.
Influence social change on campus and in society with creativity, integrity, and compassion.