An equity collective is a safe(r) space that acts as a think-tank and platform for students of marginalized backgrounds to share and discuss concerns unique to their community and organize grass-roots initiatives with the aim of:
There are several different equity collectives, each with a mandate to support, organize and advocate for their community.
An equity collective is structured to be a flexible and relaxed space—free of judgment, inclusive of diverse opinions and lived experiences, and based on realistic, progressive solutions.
A collective’s membership includes:
All of us are advocates, whether that’s being an advocate for yourself, your family, education or community. By becoming part of this equity movement, you have the power to transform our campus culture and create the student experience you want to see for those who come after you.
Steps to get involved: