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Center for Intercultural Relations, Multicultural Resource Area

Multicultural Resources and Programs

The Multicultural Resource Area addresses all forms of oppression, and promotes understanding of intersecting identities that includes but are not limited to: race, ethnicity, nationality, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, sex, culture, age, ability, class, spirituality, and body image.

Our goal is to promote and support diverse cultural learning experiences for the SDSU community through the following activities:

Annual Diversity Conferences

Annual MLK Parade SDSU Delegation

Annual PRIDE Parade SDSU Delegation

Annual SDSU MLK Luncheon

Annual SDSU Cesar Chavez Luncheon

College of Arts and Letters departmental programs

Cultural student organizations

The Black Resource Center is coming soon in 2018!

5121 Campanile Drive (next to the Women's Resource Center on the corner of Lindo Paseo and Campanile)

The Women’s Resource Center at San Diego State University strives to provide a vibrant, brave, and inclusive space that educates, empowers, and advocates for women’s rights and issues. The WRC endeavors to establish a campus culture that values all women’s intersecting identities and experiences, and acknowledges the diversity of genders in a just environment and changing world. The WRC aims to engage all students in discourse and programs that help create a feminist gender-conscious campus climate and helps to provide the tools and resources necessary to cultivate socially responsible campus and community leadership. Please visit the Women's Resource Center for more information.

5141 Campanile Drive (next to the Women's Resource Center on the corner of Lindo Paseo and Campanile)

The Pride Center at San Diego State University creates, sustains, and strengthens an open, inclusive, safe, and affirming gathering space and campus environment for persons of all sexual and gender identities and their allies. The Pride Center facilitates campus-wide education, awareness, dialogue, intellectual exploration, understanding and research on issues related to sexuality and gender. The Pride Center fosters the development of student leadership skills and enhances student empowerment, personal and professional growth, and community service.

The Pride Center provides resources and support services to assist students in their process of sexual and gender self-identity development and to address the unique needs and challenges of students who may experience discrimination, alienation, disenfranchisement, harassment, intimidation or other barriers to student success as a result of their sexual orientation or gender identity and expression. Please visit The Pride Center for more information.

Harambee Scholars Program Coordinator: Quincey Penn (619) 594-3368

The Harambee Scholars Program at San Diego State University supports SDSU's Strategic Plan, and guides students to make connections with on-campus faculty, staff, departments and student organizations to create a positive experience for them during their journey at the university. The Harambee Scholars Program is a collaboration amongst SDSU departments including Africana Studies, the Center for Intercultural Relations, the College of Sciences, Enrollment Services and the Educational Opportunity Program and Ethnic Affairs (EOP). Please find more information here:

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