The Center for Intercultural Engagement (CIE) strives to create a community that is inclusive of all populations at Northeastern
We recognize that every individual holds various identities that shape who they are and how they experience our university and the world around us. We have created a space where everyone can explore the intersections of the identity that unify us and where students can engage in transformational experiences that result in cross-cultural understanding and a sense of belonging for all.
The Social Justice Resource Center and the CIE came together in 2019 as we understand the importance of the connection between intercultural engagement, intersectionality, and social action. The CIE-SJRC are justice-oriented and welcoming spaces on campus that work to build socially conscious communities across difference. We host engaging programs and dialogues, host affinity groups, and promote opportunities for intersectional identity development through a lens of social justice. The CIE-SJRC is proudly powered by student talent and participation. We invite you to stop by 144 Curry Student Center to learn more about us and how you can help shape the conversation.
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Anti-Racism Resource Library
If you are seeking information about how to be an anti-racist, the CIE-SJRC has been working on a list of resources with Evie Cordell from NU library. Check out these resources through the NU library reading list, which includes digital reading material and you can also physically check out these resources at Snell Library!
Remember that this is not only a time to educate ourselves, but a time to take action. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions on the resources listed here or questions about what you can be doing as an anti-racist.