“It is our hope that this will be a great opportunity for survivors to feel supported, heard and seen by the campus community,” CSU’s Mareyjoyce Green Women’s Center assistant director, Evie DuVernay, said.
Cleveland State University's fourth annual Project 400 Our Lived Experience hosted a series of panels Feb. 24 to discuss issues facing Black communities in Cleveland as part of Black History Month. Discussions centered around the theme of, "Our Bodies, Our Minds, Our Communities: Physical, Emotional and Environmental Impacts of Racism."
“CSU students can expect a week full of opportunities to connect and engage with different departments and staff throughout campus,” Samantha Broaddus, Assistant Director of Campus Engagement, said regarding the event.
Cleveland State’s Campus Activities Board (CAB) featured local black businesses in its Black Business Bazaar, held on Feb. 21. The bazaar was one of many events held at CSU in February to celebrate Black History Month.
CSU's Muslim Student Association held its most recent “Deen N Dine” in the Student Center Ballroom, Feb. 14. These events are held monthly for students to learn about Islam, gather with friends and share a meal. All students are welcome and encouraged to attend.