Undoing Bias Fellowship
ABLEISM, RACISM, NATIONALISM, CLASSISM, SEXISM, HETEROSEXISM, TRANSPHOBIA, ISLAMOPHOBIA, ANTISEMITISM are all founded upon systems of bias.
Have you wondered about the history of inequality in the United States? Its origins and how it relates to you? The Undoing Bias fellowship introduces fellows to the systems of bias that have historically separated and divided people and produced inequality. Additionally the fellowship allows students to gain a better understanding of concepts such microaggressions and macraggressions and how to engage with them.
Each year, CERRU brings together innovators in various fields to participate in a campus and community wide Innovation Exchange. Please join us for our fifth annual Innovation Exchange on Wednesday, November 2nd at 4:45pm in the Patio Room on the Queens College Campus.
Lunchtime 2.0 is an initiative aimed at redefining the way we think of college cafeterias. Campuses across the US are becoming more diverse; however, not enough is being done to provide a mechanism for diverse students to engage and listen to each other.
CERRU encourages students to become cross-cultural leaders, faculty & staff to partner with us in your class, and communities to engage in our programming. Join Us for Our Upcoming Events!