CALLING ALL CU BOULDER BIPOC STUDENTS:
Are you a BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and/or Person of Color) student who is fed up with being one of the only students of color in your class or program?
Are you passionate about creating more physical spaces on-campus for students who look like you, and face similar struggles as your own?
Do you care about the mental health, wellness, and prosperity of BIPoC students at CU Boulder, and want to see more investment into our communities from the University?
Most importantly, are you willing to work with like-minded individuals to hold CU accountable?
Then join this coalition for BIPoC students. The coalition will discuss how we can co-organize together to effect the change that is long overdue for BIPoC students at CU Boulder, and build solidarity and power among our communities.
After a tumultuous year of protests and demands around various issues - from the multiple incidents of anti-Black racism at CU Boulder, to the repeated denial of tenure of Dr. Lupita Montoya in the School of Engineering, and the continued stalling, maneuvering, and empty promises for change by CU administration - members of the community organizations Black Student Alliance, Oyate, and UMAS y MECHA have had enough. @umasymecha @cuboulderoyate @blackbuffscu #cuBIPOCcoalition #BlackLivesMatter #cuboulder #laluchasigue