Providing Cultural Competency Education
Office of AHANA Student Programs
Dialogues on Race -A program for sophomores, juniors and seniors to engage in peer-led discussions on issues related to race. Session themes include: race at BC, their identity and how it shapes them, institutional racism, race in the media, and more.
Cultural Competency Training - Professional development workshops designed to increase knowledge and skills in cultural competency for Residential Life staff and Registered Student Organizations (RSOs).
Ethnic Heritage Months - OASP collaborates with student organizations and academic and student affairs departments to celebrate the contributions of AHANA communities. Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated from September 15 through October 15; Native American Heritage Month is in November; Black History Month is in February and Asian Pacific American Heritage Month is celebrated in April.
Journey to Racial Justice Advocacy - Series of workshops for members of registered student organizations on social justice topics such as racism and white privilege, sexism, and classism.