Holding Spaces

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Holding Spaces is a culturally relevant workshop series grounded in the Afrocentric principle of Nguzo Saba.  In these workshops we Hold Space for discussion related to our academic journey and professional pathways.

Black women often face unique challenges and biases within academic settings. Through this program, Black women have the space to share knowledge, validate their experiences, address and challenge biases and build supportive networks for mentorship, collaboration, and advocacy.

Stay tuned for dates for our September program kick off!

This program is CCR Recognized.

Student Testimonials

Overall it was an amazing experience and a joy to know that there truly is a space for me and others like me to grow on campus.

This event was truly uplifting. Leaving the event, I felt empowered to take my time and keep going.