Created in 2002, Identity Collectives serve as an act of love and commitment to our common desire, across differences and spectrums, to create sacred and healing spaces, dismantle power, oppression and privilege,engage with the complex struggle and beauty of collective liberation.
Collectives do this by:
1. Creating breathing room and space for support
2. Engaging in critical and intersectional, life sustaining dialogue
3. Inter-collective capacity building.
Recognizing the multiple and intersecting identities we all carry and the importance of a supportive community as we explore our privileged and marginalized identities, the Identity Collectives provide students with the opportunity to build community and talk together both within their specific collectives and in inter-group dialogues.
Each collective group is facilitated by trained students and staff. Please note: We ask that you self-identify with the collective that you wish to join.
Are you interested in learning more? Please complete this Collective Interest Form
Our Identity Collectives for 2016-17 are:
- Asian Women of the Diaspora Collective
- Asexual Spectrum Identity Collective
- Black Women of the Diaspora Collective
- Diaspora of Southern Asia Collective (DOSA)
- Disability, Chronic Pain & Chronic Illness Collective
- Latin American Women and Non-Binary Folk of the Diaspora Collective
- Men of Color Collective
- Mixed Race Identity Collective
- Multisexual & Multiromantic Identity Collective
- Queer People of Color Collective
- Queer Women Identity Collective
- Trans* Identity Collective
- Transracial/Transnational Adoptees Identity Collective
- White Identity Collective
- Women of Color Collective
- Working Class Collective
For general questions, please email Aida Martinez-Freeman at firstname.lastname@example.org.