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Pluralism & Unity Project: “I Am…LC Is” helps LC define community

December 04, 2010

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Undergraduate Campus

The Pluralism and Unity Project organized a series of events in October that allowed students to reflect about their own identities and our identity as a Lewis & Clark community. Here are photographs of the culmination of that week.

The Pluralism & Unity Project is a student-led initiative within the Office of Multicultural Affairs whose mission is a commitment to creating a safe, inclusive and culturally competent community for everyone regardless of race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender or gender expression, religion, age, or ability

The Executive Board (Pluralism & Unity Board, or PUB) is a cohesive unit that serves in a programming, leadership and advisory role to bring events on campus that engage and enlighten the entire Lewis & Clark community in the following areas:

-Social Justice & Advocacy
-Intercultural & Multicultural Engagement
-Leadership and Diversity Training
-Intellectual and Artistic Inquiry

 

To learn more about PUB, visit this link:

http://www.lclark.edu/college/student_life/multicultural_affairs/programs/pluralism_and_unity/

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