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The OSU Advocacy Center for Survivors of Violence will provide confidential and accessible services including a full-time advocate whose sole job is to listen and support survivors and to help them navigate available resources, making sure the survivor’s wishes and needs are respected.

OSU Diversity Events


Engaging Communities to Address Latino Disparities

"Engaging Communities to Address Latino Disparities" India Ornelas, PhD, Research Director, Latino Health Research Center, University of Washington



What do current struggles in Palestine have in common with Syrian refugees, Standing Rock, and Tibet? A panel session featuring College of Public Health and Human Sciences Dean


Black Excellence Celebration

The Black Excellence Celebration honors faculty, staff, and community members of color on their dedication and support to the Lonnie B. Harris Black Cultural Center. This event is open to…

Race in America: Ta-Nehisi Coates and the Burden of History

Ta-Nehisi Coates is one of the most original and perceptive intellectual voices today. Coates is the author of the #1 New York Times bestseller, Between the World and Me and…

A Deeper Look at Micro-Aggressions

Once we understand what micro-aggressions are and start recognizing them all around us, what do we do about it? In this interactive workshop, we'll practice interrupting and re-framing


Wear the Rainbow

ASOSU, SOL, and the Pride Center are proud to announce our event Wear the Rainbow: A Clothing Drive for the Queer and Trans Community.
This event seeks to not only provide…
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