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Despite the recent developments concerning COVID- 19, the Department of Multicultural Life is committed to continue serving the Macalester community while practicing social distancing. Our office will be physically closed, but functioning remotely.

During this time, our staff will be offering opportunities to engage in community through our virtual office hours and programming. To schedule a virtual meeting or participate in our online community building efforts, click on the photos below.
STAY CONNECTED  WITH OUR TEAM!


Marjorie Trueblood 

Available to connect via video meetings :
bit.ly/mtvhours
Mondays 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm


Sedric McClure

Available to connect via video meetings :
bit.ly/meetwithsedric

Wednesdays 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

 
Farhiyo Abdulkarim

Available to connect via video meetings :
 bit.ly/meetwithfarhiyo
Thursdays 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
RACIAL JUSTICE RESOURCES - MAC & BEYOND
Resources for Macalester Summer 2020  
a Macalester College document adapted from RECLAIM! The document contains mental health, educational and community action resources
 
RESOUCES
Looking for community, support and wellness? Check out the Division of Student Affairs new virtual resource hub

Macalester Covid-19 FAQ's for updated information

Macalester's Health and Wellness resources and information

Open Pantry
Mondays, Tuesdays, and Fridays | 8 am - 9 pm
Located in the Campus Center 227 ( the SORC)

Public Safety : fully operational and available 24/7 at 651- 696-6555

Trevor Project: 24/7 counselor line for LGBTQIA Youth : 1- 866- 488-7386

CDC Symptom self- checker 

 

                                               Black-owned and led businesses
                  

EVENTS
Sign up through the BIPOC Virtual Community Form

Career Exploration Curious About Careers in Lab/Bench Research Event
Wednesday, July 15th 2020, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm CDT

Career Exploration Curious About Careers in Social Science Research Event 
Thu, Jul 16 12:00 pm CDT - 1:00 pm CDT

Career Exploration Curious About Careers in Social Justice Event 
Thu, Jul 23 12:00 pm CDT - 1:00 pm CDT

Career Exploration Curious About Careers: Graduate School for Helping Professions Event
Thu, Jul 30 12:00 pm CDT - 1:00 pm CDT


Farmer's Market 
Every Thursday, 3:00 pm CDT - 6:00 pm CDT 
On Macalester St. near Visitor 1 Parking Lot

OPPORTUNITIES

July 15
Sidewalk Poetry Field Coordinator, St. Paul Public Art 

July 17 
JGS Fellowship Program, Imagining America 
Partners for Success-Family Support Worker, 360 Communities


July 31
Community Outreach Coordinator / VISTA, Foster Advocates

Rolling Submissions
Voter Protection FellowPennsylvania Voice
QTBIPOC Multimedia Digital Project 
Community Alliance Organizer, CYCLE

The Power, Oppression, and Privilege (POP) Project is a workshop designed to facilitate a dialogue with all incoming Macalester students on issues of identity and social justice topics that impact their lived-experiences. In these interactive workshops, we will examine the privileges and biases we hold, take a look at how our actions/inactions play out in our culture both on and off-campus, and recognize our personal and collective power to create change.
If you are interested in facilitating, please complete the POP workshop Facilitator form.
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