After the election, various organizations announced spaces and times for hosting post-election discussions. Residential colleges, among other institutions, announced times for this discussion.
The announcement read “You are loved. You are valued. Your self-care matters to us. And we are holding space for you.”
This week, the LGBT Center, the Women*s Center, and the Carl A. Fields Center for Equality and Cultural Understanding will be hosting events throughout the week for students of various identities to process what the election means.
On Wednesday the Fields Center is hosting a session at 5 p.m. in room 105 “for Asian self-identified students.”
Afterward, at 6:30 p.m., the LGBT Center will host a session “for Queer and Trans students of color.”
On Thursday, the Women*s Center will host two concurrent conversations for “women of color” and “white women” in the center’s conference room and lounge respectively at 4:30 p.m.
On Monday at the Fields Center, a post-election processing space was held for “Black self-identified students.”
Tuesday saw another session for Latinx students in the Fields Center. Both sessions took place in the evening.